“Ukraine” worst word in Belarus now – opposition in Vilnius

“Ukraine” is now the worst word in Belarus, representatives of the Belarusian opposition said in Vilnius on Monday, also stating that Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has found himself in a standstill in terms of the country’s relations with Russia.
Representatives of the Belarusian opposition said in Vilnius on June 30
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