Belarus opposition chief Svetlana Tikhanovskaya has requested for the assistance of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) for her secure return to Belarus and for the organisation of recent and free elections within the nation.
“Together with the international community, I would like to find ways to safely return to Belarus. Since two criminal cases were initiated against me with an interstate wanted list, these should be special guarantees for my return,” Tikhanovskaya mentioned in accordance with a publish in her web site, citing the latest developments with Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, which demonstrated the necessity for the assist of the worldwide neighborhood.
Her feedback adopted a web-based assembly with EU ambassadors to OSCE on Monday, throughout which, Tikhanovskaya supplied OSCE to undertake the group of an inclusive dialogue to resolve the disaster in Belarus.
She added that OSCE may assist organise “new free elections according to international standards and under international supervision”
“We expect to hold the elections in 45 days, and we need help with this,” the Belarus opposition chief and former presidential candidate mentioned.