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"If one follows the logic of moving away from this confrontation, it is quite realistic that the EU will not continue tightening its sanctions, and we should not expect the inclusion of new names in the travel ban list," he said.

"Minsk has already taken a step [the release of opposition leaders Andrei Sannikov and Dmitry Bondarenko], and it is quite logical that the EU has suspended the process of expanding sanctions," Milinkevich said.

However, "a chance to lift the existing sanctions is absent today," he said.

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