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Mongolia. Former president calls for Lukashenko's arrest. “Victory of Justice”

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According to the press service of the Belarusian satrap, Lukashenko will arrive in Ulaanbaatar, where he will meet the President of Mongolia Ukhnaagiin Khurelsukh. Politicians are to talk, among others: on the possibilities of expanding trade and economic cooperation. The Belarusian side is primarily interested in signing it agreements on the export of food and industrial products.

He referred to the diplomatic visit of the Belarusian dictator former president of Mongolia Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj. In his social media channels, the politician called for the arrest of Alexander Lukashenko, what would be a “victory for justice”.

“Many people wonder why Lukashenko is coming to Ulaanbaatar. The pariah dictator wants to support the Kremlin's project. Harass the “oasis of democracy” and persuade Mongolia to become a full member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (…) The Mongolian Leninist party and its lone prime minister are desperate to maintain power. Nothing is a coincidence,” he wrote.

“We all know that Lukashenko is responsible for crimes against humanity in Belarus. Mongolia is a party to the Rome Statute and has a representative judge at the International Criminal Court in The Hague (…) Lukashenko is facing arrest in Ulaanbaatar. Be ready” – added.

Alexander Lukashenko will appear in Mongolia for the first time in his political career. Previously, the country was visited only by members of the Belarusian government.

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Lukashenko's diplomatic plans. He talked to Putin

Several hours before the scheduled departure to Mongolia, the Belarusian dictator took place another telephone conversation with Vladimir Putin. According to the press service, the two leaders talked primarily about “security issues and preventing the escalation of the conflict in Ukraine.”

The conversation also touched on the issue of the aforementioned Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit, which is to be held in Kazakhstan. During the event, direct talks between Lukashenko and Putin are planned.

According to official information, during the conversation the topic of the upcoming 80th anniversary of the “liberation of Belarus from the Nazi invaders” also came up. A military parade is planned in Minsk on this day, with representatives of the Russian authorities also expected to attend.

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