The former Prime Minister of Lithuania: I Saw six or seven of sine waves, when Lukashenko starts to show openness to the West and then returns to Moscow

The decision to refuse to go to the summit of «Eastern partnership» in Brussels, the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko made after consultations with Moscow. About this 23 of November, former Prime Minister of Lithuania Andrius Kubilius said «UKRINFORM».

«I once thought that my political career I have seen six or seven of sine waves, when Lukashenko starts to show some openness to the West and then brought back to Moscow. So it was in 2010, so maybe in 2017,» he said.

Also Kubilius commented on the deterioration of relations between Kiev and Minsk by the detention of the Belarusian KGB of the Ukrainian journalist Paul Sharoika on charges of espionage.

«Geopolitically Moscow since the Revolution of dignity always wanted the border between Ukraine and Belarus was as intense as the border between Ukraine and the occupied territories,» he said.

According to the former Prime Minister, will be very bad if Minsk now drastically change its geopolitical position and openly will be on the side of Moscow, because of the relative neutrality gave him the opportunity in his time to become a place of negotiations on resolution of the conflict in the Donbas.

On 24 November the Belarusian delegation at the summit of «Eastern partnership» in Brussels will be headed by foreign Minister Vladimir Makei.

Member of the European Parliament from Lithuania Petras auštrevičius called it a «slap» to the European Union from Lukashenko.




The former Prime Minister of Lithuania: I Saw six or seven of sine waves, when Lukashenko starts to show openness to the West and then returns to Moscow 24.11.2017

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