The Belarusian foreign ministry's spokesman would not comment in detail on Thursday on the apparent end of a diplomatic row between Minsk and the European Union.
While speaking to reporters, Andrey Savinykh said that "certain trends and processes have begun to take shape and have yet to be matured" in relations between Belarus and the 27-nation bloc.
"I think that we have spoken quite much on the subject recently," Mr. Savinykh said. "We will revisit the subject in due course."
The ambassadors of European Union countries who left Belarus in late February amid the row returned to the country two months later.
After the European Union imposed travel bans and asset freezes on more Belarusians on February 27, Viktar Haysyonak, the Belarusian ambassador to Poland, and Andrey Yewdachenka, Belarus' permanent representative to the European Union based in Brussels, were withdrawn to Minsk “for consultations.” Simultaneously, the Belarusian authorities told the Minsk-based ambassadors of Poland and the EU to leave the country, a move that prompted the withdrawal of all other ambassadors of European Union countries from Belarus in an act of “solidarity and unity.” //BelaPAN