Updates: 04.06.2021 12:12
Published: 04.06.2021, 12:12
Prague – At the invitation of Senate President Milos Vistrasil (ODS), he will also meet with the leading representative of the Belarusian opposition, Svyatlana Chisnawska, President Milos Zeman and Prime Minister Andrei Babis (yes), who will visit the Czech Republic next week. This was confirmed to ČTK today by state president and government office spokesmen. Seasonal skies will be from 7 to 10 in the Czech Republic. June.
According to the KTK, the Belarusian opposition leader will also meet with representatives of some parliamentary parties, including Foreign Minister Jakub Gulhenek (CSSD) or representatives of the Belarusian community in the Czech Republic. He will meet with Vistro on Monday and Zaman and Babik on Tuesday. On Wednesday, he will deliver a speech at the upper house meeting, Senate Press Secretary Sue Nguyen told ČTK today.
Last September, the Czech Prime Minister refused to hold an official meeting with Chisanuska at the summit of the Prime Ministers of the four countries (V4 – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary). He justified his disagreement by saying that he did not want to take any action that did not conform to the Pan-European position and that he supported the Belarusian campaign. Babik later said that even then-Slovak Prime Minister Igor Matovic and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban did not consider the meeting a good idea.
As far as security risks are concerned, the full-fledged SIC project has not been released in the Czech Republic. A Belarusian politician is being prosecuted in his country on the basis of a criminal code article dealing with calls for seizure of power. The specific reason is that on the initiative of the Sichuan Belarusian opposition, it has set up a coordinating committee, which aims to mediate the peaceful transfer of power in the country. He faces up to three to five years in prison. Russia has placed Chisinau on the basis of an agreement with Belarus.
Western nations must come together and put more pressure on Minsk, said Chichana ous Ska
The European Union, the United States, Britain and Ukraine must work together to put more pressure on Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko and his government. Cichanuske told Reuters today during his visit to Poland. “The pressure will be strong if these countries work together,” the politician said, adding that he hoped the G7 would also address the issues raised by the Belarusian opposition at next week’s summit.
France said it would like to invite representatives of Lukashenko’s political opponents to a meeting of the world’s most developed nations if host Britain agrees. According to Reuters, London has said it does not plan to invite further delegates, but G7 politicians are expected to discuss the situation in Belarus. The G7 is made up of the United States, Canada, Japan, Britain, Germany, France and Italy.
In the presidential election in August last year, the gypsy region ran against longtime Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko. According to official results, it received 10.1 percent of the vote. However, many believe he actually got more votes than Lukashenko, who officially won. The election results were not approved by many states or the European Union.
After the presidential election, Chicchanus went abroad to avoid arrest. He took refuge in Lithuania, visiting Poland and Germany, where he met with the Prime Ministers of both countries. He is seeking a new presidential election in Belarus. According to him, Lukashenko lost his legitimacy, among other things, by violently suppressing peaceful anti-government protests.
Belarus is back at the forefront of world interests after security forces detained opposition journalist Raman Pradasevic and his partner Sofia Sabeka in May after the couple made a forced landing on a Ryanair flight from Greece to Lithuania. Pradachevich appeared on Belarusian state television on Thursday evening, where he acknowledged in tears that he had organized anti-government protests and said he respected Lukashenko. However, Pradachevich’s family and opposition believe the conversation is weak.