The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, recalled on Tuesday during the plenary session of the European Parliament that the EU does not recognize the Belarusian regime. She added that the aim of Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s actions is to test the determination and unity of the Community.
“What happened on the border with Belarus belongs to a broader context. The recent actions of the Lukashenka regime and its supporters are a determined attempt to create a lasting and prolonged crisis. Let me repeat: the EU does not recognize this regime that brutally represses its own people” – announced the president of the European Commission.
“His actions are part of a coordinated effort to destabilize the European Union and our neighborhood. This applies in particular to Ukraine and Moldova. These actions pose a real and present threat to the security of our Union. These actions go beyond Belarus. They test our determination and unity. But The European Union has the will, unity and determination to face this and future crises, “declared von der Leyen.
From Brussels Artur Ciechanowicz (PAP)
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