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“The EU has a moral duty to support the new opposition movement in Belarus” | European Union

After five nights of protests, violently repressed by the police, the Foreign Affairs Ministers of the European Union (EU) are meeting this Friday, by videoconference, for a extraordinary reunion on the political situation in Belarus, at a time when several European capitals have raised criticism Aleksander Lukashenko’s regime, in power for 26 years, and threatened to impose sanctions.

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