Lukashenko dismissed the ambassador of Belarus in Poland Russian news EN

President of Belarus Lukashenko dismissed Chushev from the post of the country’s ambassador to Poland

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko dismissed the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic to Poland Vladimir Chushevwhich was withdrawn in Minsk for consultation over a year and a half ago. This is with reference to the relevant decree of the head of state on Saturday, May 14, reports RIA News.

In October 2020, Poland and Belarus mutually recalled their ambassadors for consultations. This happened against the backdrop of aggravated relations after the election of the Belarusian leader in the summer of the same year, in which Alexander Lukashenko won for the sixth time.

May 12 State Secretary of the Security Council (SB) of Belarus Alexander Volfovich declaredthat the presence of foreign military in Poland and the Baltic States has doubled since 2020. According to him, more than 20,000 people equipped with modern strike weapons are stationed there.

Earlier it became known that Lukashenka will arrive in Moscowto take part in the summit of the countries of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) on May 16.

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