Presidential candidate Nyaklyayeu November 19 holds in Warsaw, as he puts it, "private meetings."
"Polish Foreign Ministry has prepared us with this program, we were introduced to all segments of Polish society," — says Nekljaev.
November 19 Nekljaev and his chief of staff Andrey Dmitriev meet with politicians, businessmen and representatives of civil society.
"It is very important to include representatives of civil society have had support. I was afraid that would be a great failure. But we are going to meet. We are ready to help," — said the presidential candidate.
Nekljaev admits that the reason for the meeting with the Foreign Minister of the Czech Republic Karel Schwarzenberg last week and his Polish counterpart, November 18 were the statements the President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite that she would like to see the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko.
"I raised this issue. Talking about, in Belarus in society emerged nastsyaroga and anxiety about visits EU officials in Minsk and in particular statements about the president of Lithuania. I was assured that the statements Grybauskaite, if they were (after official confirmation or not), can not affect the policy of the European Union. EU policy towards Belarus — consolidated and can not be changed before the election. In relation to the future of Belarus will take account of the results of the election — which means that you will score as the selection of appropriate standards. The European Union does not waive its requirements regarding electoral standards. I was also assured that no agreements behind the democratic forces of Belarus and the more there are no secret protocols "- said in an interview with" Freedom " Vladimir Nyaklyaeu.
Nekljaev met with Henry Litvin
Presidential candidate and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland, discussed the Belarusian-Russian relations.
"For a long time our Belarusian opposition believed that the best attitude to Russia — to pretend it does not exist. In our opinion, the" ostrich policy "is not constructive, and if Russia is, it makes sense to make our neighborhood a responsible and profitable before only for Belarus ", — said Nekljaev after the meeting with the Lithuanians.
On November 19 Neklyaeva and Dmitriev also scheduled a press conference for the media and the visit of the Polish Center for Eastern Studies.
The talks with Radoslaw Sikorski November 18 became EU requirements to hold presidential elections honest and stop the repression of political opposition and journalists.
"I want to see Belarus knew that in Poland we feel solidarity with the Belarusian people that if these elections will be honest, though, who wins, we are ready to become a fact of Belarusian interests in Europe, and not only in the political sense, but also in the measurement, since we know that the economic situation in Belarus cheerless, — said Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland Radoslaw Sikorski after a meeting with Vladimir Nyaklyaeu and Andrei Dmitriev.