On April, 17 Aliaksandr Lukashenka and Donald Tusk discussed the international situation in connection with the events taking place in Ukraine, the presidential press office says.
In his turn, the Prime Minister of Poland confirmed that he had talked with Lukashenka telephonically. ‘This is the first conversation of such kind, linked to the dramatic developments in Ukraine,’ he stressed. It was after the crackdown on the post-election protests in December, 2010 when the politicians talked last.
The Head of Polish government also held consultations with Canadian PM Steven Harper, Ukraine’s Arseniy Yatsenyuk and Jose Barroso, Head of the European Commission.