Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has not appeared in public since Tuesday, when news of his poor health surfaced. This was very unusual for him. Apart from speculation about Lukashenka’s health, the official Belarusian channels did not comment.
Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko has not appeared in public since May 9. Speculation about his health is rife. They appeared already on Victory Day. On this day, for example, Lukashenko didn’t deliver his traditional speech, he appeared exhausted while laying a wreath in Minsk, and he was supposed to be taken by ambulance to the airport in Moscow, where he participated in celebrations for the end of Russia. Second World War.
Neither the dictator’s semi-official Telegram account nor the official press office Belt but he was silent about Lukashenko’s condition. It is also unusual that since Tuesday they have not even reported on Lukashenko’s public activities. The Belarusian opposition website drew attention to the president’s long absence from the public sphere mirrored.
In recent days, the dictator has only responded to an invitation to a UN summit and wished his Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev on the centenary of his father’s birth – both in writing. But he did not appear at any public events, nor did he meet any politicians, which was very unusual for him.
In the past month, there have been a maximum of two free days between his two public appearances or gatherings. In addition, Lukashenko is most active on Thursdays and Fridays. So even ordinary Belarusians are starting to notice Lukashenko’s absence.
In contrast, Lukashenka’s Ukrainian partner, Volodymyr Zelenskyi, went all the way to Rome:
“Certified bacon geek. Evil social media fanatic. Music practitioner. Communicator.”