#WorldWarIII: EU rejects #BelarusPresidentialElection & appeals for dialogue. Russian President warns against foreign interference in Belarus. Warning is significant given his promise for military aid to Lukashenko amid #ProtestsInBelarus. (@CBCNews video)https://t.co/ndfFbiknoV
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Senior US officials to visit Russia soon to find a solution to the Belarus crisis
Washington/Minsk: It has been revealed that US First Deputy Secretary of State, Stephen Bigan, will soon be visiting Russia in an effort to find a solution to the political crisis developed in Belarus. The United States and Russia have both confirmed this information. Other than Russia, US First Deputy Secretary of State Bigan will also be visiting Lithuania.
Russian President Putin tells German Chancellor #Merkel that interference in domestic affairs of #Belarus is unacceptable. In reply, EU declares to sanction those involved in alleged malpractices in Belarusian polls. Differences may create problems for #NordStream2 gas pipeline. pic.twitter.com/AtxqZJdsqI
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Russian President warns against any foreign interference in Belarus
Moscow/Minsk: Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued a warning and said, ‘We don’t want to see any external interference in Belarus. Otherwise, the political crisis in that state may escalate.’ Sources have informed that President Vladimir Putin issued the warning at an independent meeting with Germany, France and European Union (EU) on the crisis in Belarus.
Russia is willing to provide military aid to Belarus: Russian President Vladimir Putin
Moscow/Minsk: – Russian President Vladimir Putin assured that as per the agreement signed between Russia and Belarus, Russia is willing to help Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko. Lukashenko claimed to have won the Presidential elections, held last week, with a majority. But intense nationwide protests have been triggered against him.