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EU - Belarus

Date de l'événement: 26/03/2021

EU - Belarus
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On 21st October 2020, European Parliament adopted a set of recommendations on how the EU should reassess its relations with Belarus. Parliament said negotiations on the EU-Belarus Partnership Priorities must be suspended until new, free and fair presidential elections can be organised. In a resolution adopted on 17 November 2020, the European Parliament did not recognise Lukashenko as President of Belarus following the expiration of his term of office on 5 November 2020. Parliament condemns the Belarusian authorities for their violent repression of peaceful protests.

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