Prime Minister Andrei Plenkovic announced after meeting with European Council President Charles Michel that the two condemned the forced landing of a Ryanair civil plane in Belarus and called for an international investigation.
Before the start of the EU leaders’ summit, Plenkovic met with Michel in Brussels today. He announced on Twitter that he had talked with Michel about the fight against the coronavirus, vaccination, Croatia’s entry into the Schengen area and the Eurozone, and the continued expansion of the struggle.
Plenkovich said: “We condemn the unacceptable actions of the Belarusian authorities and call for an international investigation.”
The two-day EU27 leaders’ summit will begin tonight. The agenda includes the achievement of established goals for climate protection, foreign policy issues and the official situation.
The Belarusian authorities took an unprecedented move, which is an inevitable problem. The move yesterday ordered Ryanair’s plane to fly from Greece to Lithuania and land in the capital Minsk, and then arrested Roman, one of the main opposition activists. Protasevic. It is expected to discuss possible measures the EU may take against the Belarusian regime.