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Polish PM to meet Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya

05.09.2020 14:05
PM Mateusz Morawiecki is to meet Belarusian activist and opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya in Warsaw this coming Wednesday - deputy foreign minister Paweł Jabłoński has informed.
.Святлана Ціханоўская

  As he said the meeting, scheduled at the Prime Minister's offices in Warsaw, is to focus on the current situation in Belarus, the perspectives and directions in which the protest action is proceeding. 

 "We are watching closely all that is happening in Belarus and supporting the strivings of Belarusians towards being able to decide on their future themselves" he told journalists. He also said there was no attempt for Poland to become involved in any political dispute, underlining that these were internal affairs of Belarus.

 "We see [however] that the protest movement is demanding change in a mass way, for voices expressed in elections to be considered" said Paweł Jabłoński, adding that "We, the government of Poland, want to speak to Ms Tsikhanouskaya because we believe her voice is very important in the debate on Belarus, and she cannot be omitted in any way in this dialogue, on the contrary, she should be included".

 He also said that a special meeting  was being scheduled of Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya with representatives of the Belarusian diaspora in Poland.

 The Belarusian opposition leader is to be a guest at the Economic Forum taking place on September 8-10 in Karpacz. 

Source: IAR/PAP