Lukashenko suggests to suffer with him for a longer time
Belarusian dictator Oleksandr Lukashenko revealed the reason for his public absence immediately after returning from the Victory Day celebration in Moscow,
It was at the time when the media reported that he was feeling unwell, and Lukashenko himself stopped appearing in public.
"If anyone thinks I'm going to die, don't worry." You will suffer with me for a very long time," he said.
Today, the Belarusian dictator must go to the Kremlin. In Moscow, he will meet with Volodymyr Putin to discuss the problems "that should not exist in our relations at all."
Lukashenko's actions in Russia will be interesting in this context, assuming that his poor appearance was caused by poisoning or health problems. Probably, it was made not without good people, political experts note.
However, before the visit, the Belarusian dictator revealed the details of his illness. At a government meeting on Tuesday he gave the reason for his absence in public after returning from the Victory Day in Moscow. An adenovirus infection was the reason.
"Adenovirus or what was it? Adenovirus. I didn't have the opportunity to be treated, because I went to Moscow, then there were subbotniks, then went to Grodno, then to Gomel, it all accumulated," the head of state said.
The dictator said this at a meeting dedicated to the health system, where in his usual manner in front of the cameras he cursed officials in the light of the cameras, pretending to be a leader who cares about people.
"In a week I need a document on my desk. Either an order or a protocol with a power of attorney. There is only one deadline – January 1, 2024. All the shortcomings that we discussed should be corrected by January 1. The president must sign a document that will be mandatory for everyone – from the central government to rural medical institutions," batska demanded of his subordinates.
What is known about Lukashenko's illness
On May 9, the self-proclaimed president of Belarus attended the Victory Day Parade in Moscow. Lukashenko looked unhealthy.
After May 9, the dictator stopped appearing in public.
On May 13, Belarusian Telegram channels reported that Lukashenko was transferred to the Presidential Clinic in Drozdy.
However, after a long pause, it was decided to bring Lukashenko to public. So, he allegedly visited the central command post of the Air Force and Air Defense Forces.
Belarusian propaganda media began actively distributing photos with Lukashenko amid health problems. However, in the published pictures, the self-proclaimed president looks sickly, and the network jokingly compares him to a wax figure.
Adenovirus (ADV) is a DNA virus without a shell. To date, more than 40 different serotypes of adenoviruses have been identified, and more than 20 of them can infect humans. Adenovirus is widespread everywhere, occurs all over the world and it is not difficult to get infected with it, because it is very quickly transmitted from person to person.