Again demonstrations in Minsk, Lukashenko release 2000 prisoners

Lukashenko warned his countrymen not to participate in the demonstrations. Forces from Poland, Ukraine, Russia and also the Netherlands are said to stir up unrest in Belarus. “You must understand that you and your children are being used as cannon fodder,” he said.

At the same time, he called on his security personnel to avoid unnecessary violence. “If someone falls and stays down, he must not be beaten,” he said.

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