Two principled approaches

The West has two approaches to communicating with Alexander Lukashenko.Photo: Nikolai Petrov, Scanpix

By placing the blame for the horror on the Belarusian-Polish border equally on Belarus and Poland, the international human rights organization Human Rights Watch has clearly grieved the die-hard Eastern European hawks, whom Frau Merkel had already grieved before. Both are right, and not because some are human rights defenders and others are hawks, but because there are so many shades of gray in the picture of what is happening, writes DV political columnist Elkond Liebman.

“Lukashenka’s place is in the Hague court, and not at the telephone receiver in a conversation with Merkel,” said Marko Mihkelson, chairman of the Riigikogu Foreign Affairs Committee, in an interview with Aktualnaya Kamera. And you can’t say that he is wrong in determining the proper location of Alexander Grigorievich.

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