Russian Ambassador commented on EU statements on Lukashenka’s inauguration

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Russian Ambassador commented on EU statements on Lukashenka’s inauguration

The statements on the inauguration of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, made by a number of European states, are an example of an unfair attitude … RIA Novosti, 09/27/2020

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MINSK, Sept. 27 – RIA Novosti. President’s inauguration statements Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, sounded from a number of European states, are an example of unfair attitude and unconditional interference in the internal affairs of the country, the Russian Ambassador said in Minsk Dmitry Mezentsev. Earlier on Thursday, the EU said that the inauguration of Alexander Lukashenko is deprived of democratic legitimacy, leading to a deepening crisis in Belarus. “There is the Vienna Convention, but there is also what is called“ at your fingertips. ”Behave so as not to step over a certain line so as not to interfere in the internal affairs of an independent and sovereign state. ”The format of the statements that were made from a number of capitals of European states, including the capital The European Union, in my opinion, this is an example of an unfair attitude, violation of the practice of partnership and unconditional interference in the internal affairs of the country, an attempt to give those assessments that a sovereign state does not deserve, “he said in an interview with the TV channel STVAccording to Mezentsev, he thinks that European colleagues hear and understand this, and that they will act more carefully and calmly, regardless of “what commands will be given to them from their capitals.” Massive opposition protests began throughout Belarus 9 August, after the presidential elections, which were won by Alexander Lukashenko – according to the CEC, he gained 80.1% of the vote. In the early days, the actions were suppressed by the security forces, and against the protesters who did not agree with the results, they used tear gas, flash grenades and rubber bullets. According to official data, over 6,700 people were detained in the first days. As the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the republic reported at the time, hundreds of people were injured during the riots, among them over 130 law enforcement officers. The authorities have officially confirmed the deaths of three protesters. Meanwhile, Lukashenka’s inauguration took place on Wednesday, which provoked a protest action, which was again dispersed by law enforcement officers using force and water cannons. Read all the news of Belarus on the website Sputnik Belarus >>

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