China, Russia and European Union diverge on Belarus crisis as protests continue

//China, Russia and European Union diverge on Belarus crisis as protests continue

China, Russia and European Union diverge on Belarus crisis as protests continue

China, Russia and the European Union have drifted further apart on the question of Belarus, as the fate of its embattled long-time ruler Alexander Lukashenko hangs in the air amid widespread protests against his sixth election victory.China warned against “foreign forces” wreaking chaos in the Eastern European state, while Russia threatened to send troops to Belarus to quash the protests and the EU refused to accept the election result that saw Lukashenko elected to a sixth term, calling…

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