Opposition leader Svyatlana Chichanovskaya released a video claiming that Lukashenko had betrayed the country. He made our country take part in the invasion of Ukraine. Therefore, I declare myself as the National President of Belarus to defend the sovereignty and independence of our country and to represent it in security negotiations and crisis management in the region. However, it is not yet clear whether Svetlana Chichanovskaya is in Belarus or abroad. Following the results of the presidential election, Chichenovskaya left Belarus for fear of action. Then there was talk of taking refuge in his neighbor Lithuania.
Alexander Lukashenko is a strong supporter of Putin
Alexander Lukashenko is also known as the last dictator of Europe. President Lukashenko has been in power in Belarus since 1994. Lukashenko is a staunch supporter of Russian President Vladimir Putin. They pursue their country’s foreign policy with Russia in mind. A few days ago, Russia granted the status of People’s Republic to the cities of Donetsk and Lukansk in the Donbass region of Ukraine. Since then, Belarus has been the only country to support Russia’s decision and recognize the two regions as independent. 30,000 Russian troops have attacked the Ukrainian capital Kiev via Belarus.
Russia openly supports Lukashenko
The relationship between Russia and Belarus is comparable to the relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom. Russia has been at the forefront of violent protests against Lukashenko in Belarus since the presidential election. Russia has deployed troops in Belarus to quell violent protests. Lukashenko demanded a nuclear bomb from the Russian president only a few months ago.
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