Lukashenko not to visit Poland on WW2 memorial events over Putin – media

Belarus will be represented by the country’s ambassador, officials say.

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has turned down Poland’s invitation to participate in memorial events on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War 2 because Russian President Vladimir Putin has not been invited to attend, sources say.

Due to the fact that Polish leadership ignored Vladimir Putin, “Belarusian authorities did not dare to delegate a senior politician to the event,” Rzeczpospolita wrote, citing its source.

Belarus will be represented by the country’s ambassador, officials say.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on August 28, U.S. national-security adviser John Bolton said preparations were set to start for the Warsaw meeting of U.S. President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

(c) Unian


3 comments

  1. “Belarusian authorities did not dare to delegate a senior politician to the event,”

    Muscovy keep talking about US puppets, not sure what this makes Luka then?

  2. Belarus lost half its population during WWII and has always been a friend of Ukraine. I wish them they will make it out of Putin’s orbit one day! Slava Belarusu!

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