Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki Would Be to Fulfill Belarusian activist and Resistance leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya from the Polish capital Warsaw on Wednesday.
Tsikhanouskaya will also get involved in a particular assembly of representatives of Belarusian people residing in Poland.
The activist has insisted she’s receptive to talking about the situation in her state with parties.
“I had been contacted by leaders of several nations such as the US, Canada, and European nations.
“I have not refused to speak to anybody, all of these called and voiced their support for the Belarusian men and women.
“And we’re available for dialogue with representatives of almost any nation. Consequently, if anyone calls from Russia, naturally, we’ll speak to them”
Tsikhanouskaya on Saturday claimed the Belarusian people had”awakened” and there was”no turning back” in demonstrations against the authorities.
Michal Dworaczyk, head of the Prime Minister’s office in Poland, created a statement concerning the assembly in a press conference on Saturday that also saw Belarusian opposition activist Olga Kovalkova create an appearance.
Kovalkova was made to depart Belarus and came in Warsaw on Saturday night — she clarified the week she spent in Belarus before departing as”torture”.
Morawiecki and Tsikhanouskaya’s assembly is to concentrate on the present situation in Belarus, the release of political prisoners, and support for civil society.