Estonia to represent Sweden in Belarus
9:18, — Politics
Estonian government will discuss a draft bill, according to which Tallinn will represent Sweden's interests on visa issues in our country.
Estonia's MFA will present a corresponding agreement with Sweden to the government. It will replace the document signed last year. According to the acting agreement, Sweden represents Estonia in Havana and Pretoria.
The agreement should come into force on August 20.
As charter97.org reported previously, Sweden's Ambassador Stefan Eriksson left Belarus in the beginning of August. The Belarusian authorities did not renew his accreditation. On August 8, the Belarusian MFA announced that it recalled all employees of the Belarusian Embassy in Stockholm and recommended that the Swedish side should do the same and recall all its diplomats till August 30.
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