Two deputies of the European Parliament failed on August 14 to obtain an entry permit protests in Belarus.
As reported in the press service of the EP we are talking about the head of the delegation for relations with Belarus Robert Betony (member from Poland) and Rapporteur on Belarus Petras Austrevicius (MP, Lithuania).
Both deputies have regarded this step of Minsk as the Belarusian authorities refuse from “any opportunity for dialogue.”
it is Noted that “the future of Belarus is decided these days”, therefore the EU institutions should support the desire of Belarusians to live in a democratic country.
“We call on the EU institutions to show integrity in the support and protection of the legitimate aspirations of the Belarusian people,” said MEPs.
we will Remind, Belarus has several days of protests against the results of presidential election on which the victory was won by Alexander Lukashenko.