The European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy hopes that invitation of Makei to Brussels can bring positive results for political prisoners in Belarus.
He spoke about it to Radio Svaboda.
– What did you say to Belarusian foreign minister Uladzimir Makei? What did he say to you?
We talked before the meeting and we both agreed that his presence means or represents the stable ties with the Belarusian authorities. On the one hand, it means the implementation of the conditions set by all EU member states, but on the other hand it is using the Eastern Partnership’s proposals both in the multilateral and bilateral dimension.
– Is Makei the person you want to see as Belarus’s representative at the Vilnius Summit in November?
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