Even the NATO military cooperation is limiting access to its headquarters to get a bunch of Belarus officials in the aftermath of Minsk’s choice to redirect a Ryanair passenger airplane to arrest a dissident journalist earlier this month.
We’ve opted to limit the accessibility of Belarusian employees to the NATO headquarters according to our evaluation of security measures in the headquarters,” NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told reporters Monday.
The movement is expected to call about five officers. They will continue to have the ability to enter NATO’s sprawling headquarters complex in Brussels but just as traffic, not using their customary delegation badges, depriving them of access to a few regions.
NATO ambassadors stated last week that the”improper act severely violated the standards governing civil aviation and jeopardized the lives of both the crew and passengers.”
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Stoltenberg has branded the Belarus movement”a country “