Belarus sees no reason to continue the dialogue with the European Union on human rights

Vladimir Makei, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus, said that the dialogue will be suspended until “the EU decides to change the policies of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank, which at this stage have decided to freeze cooperation programmes with Belarus.

Belarus sees no reason to continue the dialogue with the European Union on human rights

Makei noted that the West is trying to criticize Minsk “on human rights issues, on democracy”.

Vladimir Makei, Head of the Belarusian Foreign Ministry: “All this is absolutely artificially politicized. We see it by the example of the same UN Human Rights Council and several other organizations.

The Minister stressed that Belarus is ready to adequately resist sanctions. In particular, according to him, we are talking about expanding personal sanctions lists and suspension of the Belarus-European Union coordination group.

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