The Belarusian president decided to leave the Russian capital fairly quickly, without even talking to his colleagues from other countries.
About this writes “MFN”, referring to the Russian edition of “TASS“.
It is reported that Alexander Lukashenko, along with his sons, arrived in Moscow, where the Victory Day parade dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the victory in World War II took place on June 24. However, immediately after the action, Lukashenko quickly left the Russian Federation:
“We confirm that Alexander Lukashenko has already left for Minsk”, – said at the Embassy of Belarus in Moscow.
Recall that we wrote earlier that Lukashenko at the Moscow parade did not want to stand next to Putin.