May 23 EU foreign ministers plan to expand sanctions against the official Minsk about 10 new names, according to the Brussels correspondent of our radio.
Expansion of the visa ban is a response to the European Union on the sentences for participants anti-presidential protest in Minsk on 19 December 2010.
In addition to approval of an extended list of officials of Belarus who are denied entry into the European Union, the ministers Foreign Affairs The EU will also discuss the overall situation in Belarus and the politics of Brussels regarding Minsk.
On Last week supreme spokeswoman for EU foreign policy Catherine Ashton The EU expressed its readiness to consider "further targeted restrictive measures in all areas of cooperation" with the official Minsk.
May Katsiyanchych, a spokesman for Ashton said, our Brussels correspondent that while Brussels is not considered imposing economic sanctions against Belarus.