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    France accuses Lukashenka’s family of human trafficking

    According to the French official, the goal of the Belarusian side is to weaken and divide the EU

    Photo: Website of the President of Belarus

    France has accused the relatives of the self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko of organized human trafficking.

    It is reported by DW.

    For example, the Secretary of State for European Affairs at the French Foreign Ministry, Clement Bon, said that the dictator’s relatives purposefully organize the trips of migrants to the borders of Belarus with the EU countries.

    The official is confident that Lukashenko wants to lure the European Union into a trap, claiming that Europe is violating its own principles. The French Foreign Ministry spokesman urged to act “decisively and humanely” in the situation on the Polish-Belarusian border.

    According to him, the goal of the Belarusian side is to weaken and divide the EU. At the same time, he did not name specific names.

    Migration Terror

    • In early July, Lukashenka staged a migration terror in Lithuania, flooding this country with illegal immigrants. In the first six months of 2021, Lithuanian border guards stopped 20 times more migrants on their way from Belarus than in the entire 2020.
    • In this regard, the Lithuanians began to strengthen the border, it got to the point that Ukraine sent barbed wire to Lithuania as humanitarian aid. The US called on Lukashenka to stop the flow of illegal migrants to Lithuania.
    • Already in early September, Poland introduced a state of emergency on the border with Belarus due to illegal immigrants. The corresponding decision was made by the President of the country Andrzej Duda.
    • The European Union intends to strengthen sanctions against the Lukashenka regime, including for the migration terror.



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