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Medical experiment in Belarus: how is Lukashenko’s regime lying to the population?

Pavel Latushka: Deputy Head of the United Transitional Cabinet of Belarus, Head of the National Anti-Crisis Management, Ambassador

Lukashenko officials continue to push for lifting of Western sanctions on the regime. Having tried various options for lobbying for the lifting of sanctions, this time Lukashenko officials decided to use the humanitarian sphere – medicine in particular.

It is important to note that neither the EU nor the US have imposed any sanctions on the sale of medical drugs to Belarus. On the contrary, decisions on sanctions clearly state that the bans do not apply to medical products and medicines.

According to Eurostat statistics, Belarus has annually increased purchases of European pharmaceutical products over the past 8 years. This fact refutes the statements of the illegitimate authorities about the impossibility of purchasing needed medications, and cannot indicate a lack of these drugs.

Therefore, the conclusion suggests itself that this is an artificially escalated situation for the population of Belarus, with the purpose being to remove sanctions restrictions from the financial and aviation sectors, as well as transport logistics.

Belarusians have become hostages in a concentration camp built by Lukashenko’s regime, where in addition to free labor, moral and physical humiliation, they will also be subjected to “medical experiments” on survival.

In the video, Pavel Latushko gave specific examples of manipulations and lies by representatives of the Lukashenko regime about this artificially created shortage of medicines, and also noted what goals are being pursued by the regime.


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