The visit of Minsk foreign ministers of Germany and Poland Guido Westerwelle and Radoslaw Sikorski. They met with the head of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, Belarusian Foreign Minister Sergei Martynov, the opposition presidential candidates and representatives of civil society.
At a press conference after the visit of the German and Polish ministers noted that talked with Alexander Lukashenko, and with the presidential candidates, that Belarus is at a crossroads, and its path to the European Union is through free and democratic elections, through the observance of human rights and minorities.
They noted that the main thing for them — not the result of the election, and their quality. During a meeting with the opposition they talking about, that the opposition has no chance to get to the election commission, that she had no access to the media, but said, "we catch up on that of Alexander Lukashenko, the election would be better, other than the previous ones, and when they will be democratic, free and transparent, we will do everything to Beara had benefited from the relationship with Europe. "
They also promised to immediately go to other EU countries, the European Commission with advice for observers to be sent to Belarus from across Europe — in order to This topic was often heard at the European democratic community.