* Belarusian rouble down 0.3% vs dollar
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May 24 (Reuters) – Belarusian bonds fell on Monday amid mounting criticism from Western nations over the forced landing of a flight, while most other emerging market currencies gained against a weaker dollar.
In what was described by some EU leaders as a hijacking, a passenger plane was suddenly diverted to Minsk, escorted there by a MiG-29 fighter jet on what turned out to be a false bomb alert. On its landing, authorities took journalist Roman Protasevich into custody.
EU leaders are set to discuss additional sanctions against Belarus at a summit later in the day.
The Belarusian rouble lost 0.3% against the greenback, while sovereign dollar bonds extended falls with the 2030 bond down ore than 2 cents.
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