Tag: Lukashenko

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Sep
2020

John Bolton upset Belarus protests did not lead to regime changeJohn Bolton upset Belarus protests did not lead to regime change

Via The Moscow Times (https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2020/0…)… Russia and Belarus are preparing to reopen borders that were closed because of the coronavirus pandemic and are discussing rerouting Belarusian oil exports through Russia, news outlets reported after high-level talks Thursday. Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and his delegation met Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and his government in Minsk […]

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john-bolton-upset-belarus-protests-did-not-lead-to-regime-change
07

Sep
2020

John Bolton upset Belarus protests did not lead to regime changeJohn Bolton upset Belarus protests did not lead to regime change

John Bolton upset Belarus protests did not lead to regime change. by The Duran John Bolton upset Belarus protests did not lead to regime change. The Duran: Episode 659. Via The Moscow Times (https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2020/09/04/travel-ban-oil-supplies-on-russia-belarus-agenda-a71344)… Russia and Belarus are preparing to reopen borders that were closed because of the coronavirus pandemic and are discussing rerouting Belarusian […]

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Aug
2020

Is Belarus about to fall?Is Belarus about to fall?

Via The North Belfast Journal A View from Napoleons Nose by Fra Hughes… Belarus has been occupied and governed by many of the European empires to include the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth, Napoleon, the Russian Empire and Germany during the second world war. It lastly became part of the Soviet Union in 1946. Its infrastructure was […]

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Aug
2020

Have no doubt: it’s in the West’s interest to see Lukashenko toppleHave no doubt: it’s in the West’s interest to see Lukashenko topple

Johanna Ross, journalist based in Edinburgh, Scotland It’s a fascinating time for Russia watchers. As the eyes of the world have turned to events in Belarus in recent weeks, so have ours, as we try to attempt to figure out what exactly is going on in this country sandwiched between Russia and Europe. The geopolitical […]

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Aug
2020

Lukashenko wins the election, but his biggest fight may be yet to comeLukashenko wins the election, but his biggest fight may be yet to come

Johanna Ross, journalist based in Edinburgh, Scotland… Belarus’ Alexander Lukashenko may have won a solid victory with 80.23% of the vote, according to the election commission, but the ground on which he is standing is not as firm as it once was. The President of Belarus says a hybrid war is being waged against his nation by […]

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