Vilnius – lithuanian foreign minister gabrielius landsbergis known as on friday for similarly increasing sanctions against the regime of belarus’ authoritarian chief alexander lukashenko to encompass judges and officials of the special police unit omon. Speaking after friday’s assembly with belarusian opposition chief svetlana tikhanovskaya, landsbergis stated that sanctions have to not hurt everyday people operating in companies managed by means of the regime. “sanctions need to be ok. They should ship a message to the regime that its movements are unacceptable, (however) they ought to no longer harm people who work in a agency (managed through the regime) however might not guide lukashenko,” he advised a press convention.
Jan, 12 2021