The Kremlin uses Belarus as a springboard for its manipulation of migration flows, which are directed to Poland and Lithuania.
As Ukrinform reports with reference to press service of the Ministry of Foreign AffairsThis was stated by First Deputy Foreign Minister Emine Dzhaparova during an informal high-level meeting of the UN Council on the Arri formula regarding the situation in Belarus.
Also, according to her, it is extremely important for Ukraine and all of Europe that Belarus remains an independent and independent financial system, as well as further integration with the Russian Federation does not lead to the emergence of new threats and threats on the borders of Ukraine and the European Union.
In her speech, Dzhaparova stressed that Ukraine seeks to achieve good-neighborly relations with the Republic of Belarus as an independent, sovereign and prosperous country, in which democratic values are upheld and fundamental freedoms are respected.
“Unfortunately, today Belarus is increasingly moving away from this goal,” Dzhaparova noted.
According to her, “within the framework of the policy of all-round absorption and deprivation of Belarus’s sovereignty, the“ Anschluss ”of Belarus is actually taking place and is turning it into a new base for destabilizing the security situation in Europe.”
Dzhaparova paid particular attention to the ongoing human rights violations and the campaign of political repression in Belarus, which are only growing.
“To say that we are alarmed is to say nothing,” she said. “Citizens of Ukraine have also become victims of these repressions. We will continue our efforts to free our illegally detained compatriots and protect their rights. “
It is noted that the event was initiated by the Security Council: Republic of Estonia, Ireland, Norway, USA and France.
Co-organizers were Ukraine, Albania, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Greece, Denmark, Iceland, Italy, Canada, Costa Rica, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Germany, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland , Croatia, Czech Republic and Japan.
As reported, on September 27 Alexander Lukashenko made a report on the situation on the border of Belarus.
It is about the opening of a new front from the Ukrainian side. In addition, Lukashenka announced about “pulling NATO troops into Ukraine”, to which “you need to react.”