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Canada Belarus accuses the Western powers of wanting to sow "chaos"

13:15  27 september  2020
13:15  27 september  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Belarus ’s foreign minister, Vladimir Makei, has accused western countries of attempting to sow “ chaos and anarchy” in the former Soviet republic, which has been rocked by “It is a crisis of power , an authoritarian power that cannot accept the logic of democracy and which is hanging on by force.

NEW YORK, Sept 27 — Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei accused Western countries yesterday of attempting to sow “ chaos and anarchy” “Statements brimming with cynicism have been made by a series of our Western colleagues about their alleged concern for Belarusian sovereignty

UN-ASSEMBLY-BELARUS: Belarus accuses the Western powers of wanting to sow "chaos"

LA BIÉLORUSSIE ACCUSE LES PUISSANCES OCCIDENTALES DE VOULOIR SEMER © Reuters / Russian Foreign Ministry BELARUS ACCUSES THE WESTERN POWERS OF WANT TO SOW "CHAOS"

NEW YORK / MINSK (Reuters) - The Belarusian foreign minister on Saturday accused the Western powers of trying to sow "chaos and anarchy" in the former Soviet Republic, shaken by major protests since the disputed presidential election last month.

"We are seeing attempts to destabilize the situation in our country," Vladimir Makei told the United Nations General Assembly. "Interference in our internal affairs, sanctions and other restrictions against Belarus will have the opposite effect, and harm absolutely everyone," he added in a pre-recorded video.

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Political and economic threats against Belarus “must end” the Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei told the high-level segment of the UN General Assembly on Saturday, accusing Western nations of trying to sow “ chaos and anarchy” in the country. In a pre-recorded video address to the Assembly’s annual

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei accused Western countries on Saturday of attempting to sow “ chaos and anarchy” in the former Soviet republic, which has been rocked by street protests since an election last month. “We are seeing attempts to destabilize the

The European Union said Thursday that it did not recognize the legitimacy of Alexander Lukashenko, denouncing a vote "neither free nor fair".

"What is happening in Belarus is a crisis of power, an authoritarian power which cannot accept the logic of democracy and which clings to by force", French President Emmanuel Macron told the Sunday Newspaper.

"It is clear that Lukashenko must go," he said, adding that Russia had a role to play.

Belarusian security forces arrested dozens of protesters on Saturday during a demonstration in central Minsk accusing Alexander Lukashenko of rigging last month's ballot.

Reuters has learned from sources that the United States, Britain and Canada are planning to impose sanctions on Belarusian officials shortly for what they see as a rigged ballot and excessive repression of protests.

"Cynical statements have been made by a series of our Western colleagues about their alleged concern for the sovereignty and well-being of Belarus. In fact they are nothing more than attempts to bring the chaos and lawlessness in our country, "added Vladimir Makei.

(Michelle Nichols and Gabrielle Tétrault-Farber, French version Jean Terzian and Gilles Guillaume)

Canada sanctions 11 Belarusian officials over election violence, repression .
The asset freeze comes after violent crackdowns on protestors opposing the 'fraudulent' election in Belarus.In a statement issued Tuesday, Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said the Canadian government is freezing the assets of the individuals, including President Alexander Lukashenko, and barring them from entering the country.

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