Borrell threatened Lukashenka with new sanctions on the anniversary of the elections

The High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, called on the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, to “stop intimidating civil society” in the republic; otherwise, the European Union is ready to consider new sanctions.

Borrell stressed that the Belarusian authorities should organize a “comprehensive national dialogue.”

The EU will lift sanctions only when Minsk “adheres to the principles of democracy,” the head of the European Diplomacy said in a statement on the occasion of the anniversary of the presidential elections in Belarus.

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