Lukashenko says Merkel called him


Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has said that German Chancellor Angela Merkel called him on Sunday “to talk.”

“Merkel called me: ‘I want to talk.’ These [people like] [Lithuanian President Gitanas] Nauseda, and others […] ‘We want to talk.’ […] Don’t try to incline me, no matter from the West or from the East,” Lukashenko said during a dialogue with workers at the Minsk Wheel Tractor Plant on Monday.

The Belarus 1 television channel broadcast an excerpt from the video record of the meeting on Monday evening..

© 2020 Interfax Ukraine


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    “In the coming days, tomorrow or the day after tomorrow, we must meet with your delegated representatives and form the NSC,” reads a statement signed by the head of the Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions Alexander Yaroshuk.

    It is necessary to create a strike committee, Yaroshuk emphasized, as soon as possible – “delaying death is like, we are talking about the fate of our Motherland, the fate of Belarus.”

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  • Baranovichi, Bobruisk, Starye Dorogi and other cities are going to hold rallies in support of Lukashenka today and tomorrow, Nasha Niva reports.

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