Unending protest today morning in Belarus begins the day with strikes all across the country.Hence global leaders propel to takeaction of Belarus Election protesters violent clash with government of rigged election.
EU agrees to draft sanctions on Belarus.
European Union foreign ministers have moved to impose sanctions on Belarus as security forces continue their crackdown on daily protests over the presidential election.
The ministers discussed measures in an emergency online meeting on Friday. The EU has accused the Belarusian authorities of using violence and arbitrarily detaining protesters following last Sunday’s election.
It also says the vote did not reflect the will of the people. President Alexander Lukashenko claims to have won the election amid charges of vote rigging.
The ministers agreed to draft measures and prepare a list of people to be targeted by sanctions.
The EU had imposed sanctions on Belarus in 2011, saying the Lukashenko administration had detained opposition supporters and censored the media. The measures included an asset freeze and travel restrictions on government officials.
But the EU lifted some of the measures four years ago, saying the country’s human rights situation had improved.