The US President has mentioned Belarus together with North Korea and Syria.
During his speech at Castle Square in Warsaw Barack Obama not only pledged to uphold the commitment to the defense of the regional security in Eastern Europe, but also delivered a resounding endorsement of democratic movements across the world, The Washington Post writes.
“Our free nations will stand united so that further Russian provocations will only mean more isolation and costs for Russia,” the president
“We stand together because we know that the spirit of Warsaw and Budapest and Prague and Berlin stretches to wherever the longing for freedom stirs in human hearts, whether in Minsk or Caracas, Damascus or Pyongyang,” he stressed.
Barack Obama was on a two-day visit in Warsaw. After that the US President goes to Brussels.