Due to the falsification of the elections and violence against the protesters in Belarus; Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia made a decision to extend the sanctions against the Belarusian officials as Litovskij kurjer reported.
“After today’s meeting with Foreign Minister, the president authorized to announce an extra list of the citizens of Belarus who are banned from entry to Lithuania. It is planned to do it tomorrow, simultaneously, Latvia and Estonia are going to do it,” Spokesperson and Adviser to the President of the Republic of Lithuania Antanas Bubnelis said.
103 representatives of law enforcement bodies, OMON, Supreme and Constitutional court, employees of the presidential administration are included in the black lust. It will be announced on September 25.
Extra restrictive measures are announced after the secret inauguration of Alexander Lukashenko.
As we reported, authorities of Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia, and Estonia did not recognize Alexander Lukashenko as head of the Republic of Belarus.
Earlier, the leaders of the EU states did not recognize the results of the presidential elections in Belarus. Later, the European Union did not consider Aleksander Lukashenko legitimate President of Belarus. The authority plans to impose sanctions because of the events in that country.