Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Russia and Germany Sergey Lavrov and Heiko Maas discussed the situation in Belarus Tuesday and expressed their hope for the most prompt normalization of the situation in the republic, APA reports citing TASS.
"In the wake of the earlier conversation between Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the Ministers discussed the latest events in Belarus regarding the recent presidential elections," Russian Foreign Ministry said in its statement. "The side expressed their hope for the most prompt normalization of the situation. The Russian side underscored that any foreign intervention in the internal political processes would be unacceptable. Russia also attracted attention of Germany, currently presiding over the European Union, to the foreign attempts to destabilize the situation in this country, which is brotherly for Russia."