Belarusian opposition politician Valery Tsepkalo said that the self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko was hospitalized after meeting with dictator Putin. He is allegedly in critical condition.

He wrote about this on Twitter.

Valery Tsepkalo said that after meeting with dictator Putin, Lukashenko was hospitalized in Moscow. He is allegedly in critical condition.

"Leading experts were involved in the treatment of Lukashenko in Moscow. Blood purification procedures were carried out, Lukashenko's condition was recognized as non-transportable. The organized effort to rescue the Belarusian dictator was intended to dispel speculation about the Kremlin's alleged involvement in his poisoning. Regardless of whether he recovers or not, doctors warn of the possibility of relapses," the Belarusian opposition leader said.

Valeriy Tsepkalo called on the international community to do everything possible to hold fair elections in Belarus.

What is known about Lukashenko's disease

Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko was spotted with his arm bandaged at a parade in Moscow on May 9. After that, various rumors began to circulate about his state of health. Some claimed that he fell ill with coronavirus, others - with infectious-allergic myocarditis.

It was also reported that Lukashenko allegedly visited the presidential clinic in Minsk. Allegedly, doctors from Moscow flew to him more than once.

The Belarusian dictator denied his illness, saying he was feeling well.

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