Western powers besiege Belarusian dictator Alexander LukashenkoA foreseeable, but unanticipated impact: Strengthening and Vladimir Putin. They met in St. Petersburg this Wednesday. Their sixth face-to–face meeting will take place in 2021This is a prelude for the new appointment.
Lukashenko, in an interview with Putin thanked him for his support after the international sanctions that were imposed on Belarus to suppress the economy and the announcement by the two countries. Joint military exercise next spring
The bridge between the dictatorships and the Western powers lies in The bumps in August 2020’s presidential electionProtesters were brutally suppressed. A plane that was flying over Belarus in May was hijacked to hold a dissident who was traveling by plane. There was little chance that the waters would return to their original state, but tensions rose after an influx of migrants. “Mixed Attack”.This exercise was a distraction from the actions of the Ukrainian border forces. Many people saw the footprints Moscow’s in it.
The 27 countries’ collusion with the United States is not limited to sanctions against individuals and companies involved in these incidents, but also attempts to use Penalties in the oil sector, for potash fertilizer and for the financial system.Putin was not content to sit by. “I thank him personally very much. First, I want to thank him for all he did for Belarus. Lukashenko expressed gratitude to them for supporting us through the difficult times of sanctions. After that, say. The joint military exercises will take place on Belarusian soil, but it is now that the military leaders from the two countries must agree on a date.
Although there are some superficial improvements, such as President’s term limit (two five-year terms and the current permanent term). Lukaskenco has been at the helm since 1994 and wants to keep everything under his control even if he is no longer president. An analysis suggests that the 2022 referendum must approve this constitutional change, which is inspired by Putin’s recent changes in Russia.
The friendly agreement reached between Moscow and Minsk coincides The greatest tension between Putin, Russia and the European Union is Moscow has been warned by European countries for weeks about an invasion of Ukrainian territory. Expect unprecedented economic effectsThey decided to drop the preventive package. Despite considering various options, including removing Russia from SWIFT, the European Ministry of Foreign Affairs continues to coordinate severe sanctions with the United States. They are very careful about the details of their willingness to travel.The fringe will be discussed in public and the image of European unity could be lost. This will stop Putin from calculating how much it will cost to invade Ukraine. The strategy also preserves channels of dialogue so that Moscow cannot accuse the Europeans of instigating conflict, and at the same time does not allow the Kremlin to prepare for an economic counterattack.Currently, the United States and Russia will maintain Meeting in Geneva, January 10, next year NATO requested a meeting between Moscow and NATO on the 12th.
While the US intelligence agency report seems to confirm that Putin is serious about the invasion in 2022, European diplomacy tends to be more cautious. It is unknown if these actions are tactics against Russia. OtanMoscow pledged to not open its booth to Ukraine. It has betrayed the military alliance, and the European Union has accepted the country to the orbit of former Soviet UnionAlthough NATO does not want to make a commitment to Moscow’s demands, the possibility of joining in fact seems to have stalled.