The Czech politician was “suddenly worried” by the situation in Belarus.
According to “Censor.NET”, the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Andrei Babish in his Twitter announced the need for repeat elections in Belarus and the admission of foreign observers and threatened Minsk with sanctions.
“Elections in Belarus must be repeated, must be transparent and be held in the presence of foreign observers”, – Babis wrote.
Another local European politician “worried” about the fate of Belarus, to which he had nothing to do before. It is quite obvious that all this friendly “barking” of the Eurosek is well orchestrated. The Belarusian Foreign Ministry should more decisively put in place the presumptuous European political canons, and the Czech Prime Minister would not hurt to do business in his country.Oppositionist’s car from “Alternative for Germany” party burned once again in Berlin