Belarusian opposition in exile discuss overthrow of Lukashenko regime in Warsaw

The Belarusian opposition leader in exile, Svetlana Tikhanovskaïa, took part in the Security Forum in Warsaw on October 5, and met on this occasion with the Prime Minister and the Polish President, reports the Belarusian site based in kyiv Mirror.

Svetlana Tikhanovskaïa, considered by the Western community as the legitimate leader of Belarus since the disputed results of the August 2020 presidential election, is the president of the unified transitional government of Belarus, a ministerial cabinet in exile. President Alexander Lukashenko, in power for nearly thirty years, is a close ally of Vladimir Putin’s Russia and as such allowed Russian troops to enter Ukraine from the Belarusian border at the start of the invasion.

During their exchanges with the Polish Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, informs Mirrorthe members of this firm discussed major issues, namely:

  • The defense of the independence of Belarus against the threat from Russia;
  • The launching of an international tribunal and the opening of investigations against those responsible for political persecution of Belarusian citizens;
  • The strengthening of sanctions against Minsk as long as there are no democratic changes in the country, political prisoners are not released and Russian troops have not left the territory
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