The Czech prime minister vetoed a Polish proposal to invite a Belarusian opposition leader to Visegrad Four talks, which have taken place on Friday. Andrej Babiš said this would be too “hasty” and could give ammunition to Belarusian propaganda, adding that the EU should take the lead on the issue. However, his stand has been met with criticism. I asked Pavel Havlíček, an expert from Prague’s Association for International Affairs, if he felt the PM had made the right move.


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