After tea with Putin: Lukashenko urgently in hospital, blood purification required

After a one-on-one meeting and a cup of tea, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko Alexander Grigorievich Lukashenkohas been President of Belarus since 1994. This was stated by Belarusian opposition politician Valery Tsepkalo in a message on his Telegram profile, BG ON Air reported.

"According to the information we have, which requires further confirmation, Lukashenko was taken urgently after a closed-door meeting with Putin to the Central Clinical Hospital of Moscow, where he is currently located. The best specialists were sent to treat him for a condition that doctors described as critical. Blood purification has been performed," Tsepkalo wrote.

According to him, Lukashenko's condition does not allow him to be transported.

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"Organized measures to save the Belarusian dictator were intended to dispel speculation about the possible involvement of the Kremlin in his poisoning," he said. He urged Western leaders to organize and discuss the possibility of holding elections.

"We insist that the existing technologies are sufficient to hold fair elections in Belarus in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In this way, we will create a legitimate institution in the eyes of all Belarusians and the world community as a whole. Holding elections at such an urgent time will not only help restore law and order to Belarus, but will also lay the foundations for stabilizing the situation at the borders of the European Union and the world as a whole," Tsepkalo said.

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