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Polish MEPs want more sanctions on Minsk

09.06.2021 14:45
The European Parliament on Tuesday debated a resolution on repression in Belarus in a bid to impose more sanctions on the country following the abduction of journalist and activist Raman Pratasevitch from an EU civilian plane intercepted by Belarusian authorities in late May.
Polish MEP Andrzej Halicki.
Polish MEP Andrzej Halicki. Photo: PAP/Marcin Obara

“A policy of sanctions including personal and economic ones, as well as a ban on imports including petroleum products, fertilisers or timber, must be more strict and decisive. We have to make sure our diplomats take part in political prisoners’ trials (in Belarus),” said MEP Andrzej Halicki from Poland’s main opposition Civic Platform party.