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Alexander Lukashenko: how his destructive policies affect ordinary Belarussians

After Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine last year, the European Union, the United States and other countries imposed sanctions against Belarus for complicity in the aggression. These sanctions complement previous measures imposed against Alexander Lukashenko’s regime in retaliation for internal repression

by EUToday Correspondents
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A new video episode of the project “What the propaganda is silent about”, published on YouTube, explains how Alexander Lukashenko’s policy affects ordinary Belarusians.

Using the example of Belarus’ GDP reduction, the journalists calculate that support for the Kremlin’s policy cost the country 5 years in development.

Alexander Lukashenko

Lukashenko is a strong supporter of Putin’s aggression against Ukraine.

Ramifications will be seen in health care, the social sphere, and infrastructure. In addition, the most promising companies, including the IT sector, were forced to leave the country, and this episode reminds viewers that many Belarusians were deprived of the opportunity to travel to the EU.

The YouTube series ‘What the propaganda is silent about’ addresses Russian-speaking audiences with reliable information about the war, and combats Kremlin propaganda and myths, which are actively promoted in Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine, and the wider Eastern Partnership region.

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Read also: Lukashenko and Putin agree to deploy joint military force

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