Belarusian opposition met with a representative of the State Department

As said Freedom is one of the members of the delegation chairman BPF Vintsuk Vyachorka, the State Department of the Belarusian opposition favorite met with David Kramer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State responsible for European and Asian affairs.
Vecherko ‘Sire Cramer informed us that the Department of the treasure of the United States added six names to the list of those former Belarusian officials who fall under monetary sanctions. It made along with the 60 names on the list of Belarusian officials visa bans U.S., which remains closed because it did not publish. I think they just make the decisions that are laid down in the Act on democracy in Belarus.
Question not about the freezing of accounts on the ground the U.S., and about burdening monetary transactions, which are able to make these people globally, as many universities cash tied to America. This is a political signal to the Belarusian bureaucracy. "
In the State Department also announced unchanged position of the U.S. against the current authorities in Belarus due to the worsening relations between Minsk and Moscow.
Vecherko ‘Sire Kramer said exactly what their attitudes toward democracy in Belarus and Belarusian independence is not affected by external factors, does not change the situation in the Belarusian-Russian relations. He stressed that Washington would not negotiate with Moscow floor Goals Belarusians, there will be no separate komplotov the fate of Belarus. "
The delegation of the Belarusian opposition in Washington are favorite BPF Vintsuk Vyachorka, chairman of the United Civil Party Anatoly Lebedko, first secretary of the Communist Party Sergei Kalyakin, wife of political prisoner Ira Kozulin and Chairman of the Working Group of the Assembly of NGOs Sergei Mackiewicz. During present a day or held their meeting with the editorial board of the newspaper "Washington Post", a former U.S. ambassador to Belarus Michael Kozak, which is currently responsible for issues of democracy, Human Rights and international affairs at the National Security Council, will also be meeting in the House of Representatives. The visit will last until March 4.

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