Britain and the Baltic countries – Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania – agreed together to fight Russia. This is stated in the communique, which, according to the results of the meeting of the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Britain, Liz Trails with colleagues from the Baltic states came out on the website of Forin Office.
Trails reported that countries agreed to continue joint efforts to combat the activities of the Russian Federation in the Western direction and stressed that the United Kingdom is ready to act hard against those who do not comply with the rules. ” In particular, she pointed out the importance of countering “hostile activity” of the Russian state and work on the migration crisis on the border with Belarus, which the President of the country Alexander Lukashenko “apparently adjusted for pressure on European countries.”
“I am waiting for new discussions of collaboration on the global network of freedom, as well as strengthening cooperation in such important areas as technology,” said the tracks.
Earlier on October 11, in Germany, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the country investigates the involvement of the Government of Lukashenko to the emergence of illegal migrants at the borders of the European Union. The department suspects that, through the creation of crisis, the head of Belarus wants to blackmail the EU for the sake of sanctions.