Chancellor Angela Merkel and Alexander Lukashenka spoke by phone about the difficult situation at the borders of Belarus and the European Union, in particular about the need for humanitarian aid for refugees and migrants. On Monday, the federal government’s press office said they agreed to continue cooperating on these issues.
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Earlier, the Pułierwogo channel on Telegram reported that “the conversation between Lukashenka and the acting German chancellor lasted about 50 minutes.”
During the conversation, “a number of problems were discussed, in particular, the situation of refugees at the Belarusian-Polish, Belarusian-Lithuanian, Belarusian-Latvian borders.”
The talk also discussed in detail ways and perspectives to solve the immigration problem to prevent an escalation of the situation at the borders.
The discussion also touched on the issue of humanitarian aid to refugees.
Alexander Lukashenka and Angela Merkel agreed on further contacts to resolve the situation.
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