Lukashenko fires Belarusian permanent representative in EU

Source : 112 Ukraine

Aleksandr Mikhnevich also leaves the offices of Belarusian Ambassador in Belgium and Luxembourg
13:00, 30 July 2021

President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko

President of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko has fired Aleksandr Mikhnevich, the country's permanent representative in the EU.

According to Belta, the Belarusian leader also relieved Mikhnevich from the duties of Belarusian Ambassador in Belgium and Luxembourg, as the official retires. The respective decree was published on July 29.

Mikhnevich also leaves the office of Belarusian permanent representative in the EURATOM and the NATO.

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As we reported earlier, Belarus suspended the entry for Ukrainians. This was reported by the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine with reference to information from the Embassy of Ukraine in Belarus. The department reports that the closure does not apply to those who are sent on diplomatic documents; crews of aircraft, ships, trains; close relatives of Belarusians or those who have a residence permit in Belarus; students, and applicants of Belarusian institutions and people who go to the Covid vaccination. People who arrive from the "red" countries in Belarus will be obliged to self-isolation for seven days and will not be allowed to leave the country during this time.
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