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    Foreign Ministers of Poland, France and Germany adopt a resolution against violence

    The foreign ministers of Poland, France and Germany adopted a joint declaration in Paris on Thursday expressing deep concern over the current situation in Belarus, the conflict in Ngorno-Karabakh, the occupation of the Crimea, and the poisoning of Alexei Navalny. The Foreign ministers of the Weimar Triangle condemned strongly “violence on the part of the Belarussian authorities and the arbitrary application of arrest in the wake of the presidential elections, whose results we do not recognise. The ministers called on the Belarussian authorities to release all political prisoners and those arbitrarily arrested, and for human rights violations to be thoroughly investigated.


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