Belarus Tells U.S. To Reduce Embassy Staff, Rejects Ambassador

Foreign Ministry spokesman Anatol Hlaz says Belarus has told the United States to reduce its embassy staff in Minsk to five people by September 1, and revoked its consent to the appointment of Julie Fisher as the ambassador in response to the latest U.S. sanctions.

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