EU leaders discuss Russia, Belarus without gadgets for confidentiality

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Brussels [Belgium], May 25 (ANI/Sputnik): European Council President Charles Michel asked the European leaders to hold a discussion of the issues of Belarus and Russia without electronic devices to ensure confidentiality, Michel's spokesperson Barend Leyts said on Monday.

EU leaders on Monday are discussing relations with Russia, as well as the response to the landing of a Ryanair plane in Minsk and the detention of its passengers Roman Protasevich and his girlfriend, Russian citizen Sofia Sapega.

"To ensure the confidentiality of the discussion on #Belarus and on #Russia at #EUCO @eucopresident requested that the debate be conducted without electronic devices. Update will follow after the debate.," Leyts said on Twitter. (ANI/Sputnik)

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