Lukashenka’s website did not publish his promise to “consult with his older brother” about the next presidential term

The website of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko did not publish his answer to the question about the next presidential term. At a press conference with Vladimir Putin on February 18, Kommersant correspondent Andrei Kolesnikov asked Mr. Lukashenko how he assessed “the chances of the Belarusian people to lose him.” Alexander Lukashenko replied that these chances are “more and more insignificant.”

“As for, excuse me, my presidency, now we will consult with our older brother and decide! What are you worried about? Everything will be fine,” the President of Belarus added. This response is not published in the official transcript on his website. It is also not on the website of the Belarusian state agency BelTA.

The last time the presidents of Russia and Belarus met on December 29 in St. Petersburg. At a meeting on February 18, they discussed, in particular, the situation around Ukraine. Mr. Lukashenko said that Russia and Belarus should work together to resist the pressure of Western countries. Mr. Putin said that the sanctions pressure against the two countries is a “gross violation of international law.”

Details – in the material “Kommersant” “Who is the highest of the Supreme.”

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