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EP states regret over Lithuanian and Polish role in Ales Belyatsky's case

Alesius Beliackis
Redo Vilimo/BFL nuotr. / Alesius Beliackis
Šaltinis: BNS

The European Parliament (EP) passed a new resolution, expressing regret over the actions of Lithuanian and Polish officials in the handover of data about Belarusian human rights defender Ales Belyatsky to the Belarusian authorities.

In the resolution adopted on Thursday, MEPs stated their position in connection to the European Union's (EU) annual report on the 2011 global situation of human rights and democracy, as well as the community's policies in the area.

In the document approved during the plenary session in Strasbourg, the EP expressed "strong concern over Ales Belyatski’s imprisonment since 4 August 2011."

"The European Parliament regrets the actions of the Polish and Lithuanian officials who allowed Ales Belyatski to be arrested through the forwarding of banking information, and calls for utmost efforts by all actors in the EU to prevent a repetition of such mistakes," reads the resolution.

Lithuanian MEP Leonidas Donskis was the main rapporteur in charge of drafting the document.

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