Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš did not mince words this weekend in reaction to the ongoing crackdowns in Belarus. Using analogies of both 1968 and 1989, he said the European Union has to encourage Belarusians not to be afraid of carrying out their own “velvet revolution”. Meanwhile the foreign minister said that Czechia could consider acting unilaterally if EU discussions stall.

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