EU head of diplomacy urged to work with Lukashenko

The European Union should continue to work with President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko. This was stated by the EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy Josep Borrell.

“We do not recognize him as a legitimate president. As well as we do not recognize Nicholas Maduro. From this point of view, Maduro and Lukashenko are in completely the same situations. We do not accept that they were legally chosen. However, whether we like it or not, they control the government, and we must continue to do business with them despite not recognizing their democratic legitimacy”, – Borrell said.

(c) news-front

6 comments

  • “However, whether we like it or not, they control the government, and we must continue to do business with them despite not recognizing their democratic legitimacy”

    Give us one good reason why the EU should work with this tyrant?

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    • Spaghetti spines! Just like Obama proclaiming there is “no military solution” to solving the invasions in Ukraine by Putler. Not just the cowardly act but also the weak signalling that it is ok. As if 1938 happened again in 2014 because we didn’t learn from it the first time.

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  • Translation: The EU is a weak, inefficient, money-hungry and cowardly organization. We will work together even with despots and murderers (see the dwarf in Moscow).
    Sometimes, silence really is gold. The EU displays its true colors whenever one of their representatives opens his or her smelly trap. What a pathetic entity!

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  • His statements contradict themselves completely and violate all known democratic principles. But then again, it’s EU…

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  • Does he mean this Lukashenko?

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