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Lukashenko Says Will Ban Flights Over Belarus in Response to Sanctions
Created: 24.05.2006 14:29 MSK (GMT +3), Updated: 14:29 MSK
President Alexander Lukashenko suggested on Tuesday that he might ban Western overflights of Belarus in response to sanctions against his former Soviet state in connection with his disputed re-election, the Reuters news agency reported.
Axis News: Anonymous KGB employees’ letter says Belarus oppositionist is given poisoned water
An anonymous email received by BelaPAN news agency on September 7 says that the convicted opposition politician Aleksandr Kozulin is given poisoned water at the detention centre on Volodarskogo Street in central Minsk.
The email is signed by "a group of KGB officers" who claim that the detention centre's sanitary officers have pledged not to disclose that the water is contaminated. The letter says that the substance was developed at a secret KGB laboratory in the Soviet era. It alleges that the chemical can lead to the exacerbation of chronic diseases, immune disorders and disability in the long run.
he acknowledged that the condition of his client had sharply deteriorated. According to him, the politician has eyes problems and feels faint.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has said that Pope Benedict XI was moved to tears by the sight of his five-year-old son, Kolya.
The existence of Kolya, Lukashenko's third son, was a secret until 2007.
"The boy came in, and how that man, that elderly man who never sees children, changed. There were tears in his eyes. He stroked Kolya's head, but Kolya doesn't like that, he only likes it when I stroke his head, and I could see that he was getting angry, but I said to him 'put up with it.'"
As of July 1996, a total of 63 of the initial 81 single-warhead mobile SS-25 Topol missiles, had been withdrawn, with the remaining 18 yet to be removed to Russia. However, Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka announced that Belarus would suspend the withdrawal of nuclear missiles from Belarus to Russia. Lukashenka said the decision to withdraw the weapons was a political mistake made by the previous leadership, and that it was unnecessary since Belarus and Russia may soon unite. The weapons had been dismantled and were no longer a military threat, and were finally returned to Russia in late November 1996.
[Belarus became a non-nuclear weapons state in November 1996.
Originally posted by djohnsto77
I can't believe we are still giving this guy money! I know the U.S. federal gov't views $10 million as an insignicant rounding error, but still.
And btw, YOU ARE NUTS Luka-whatever-the-hell-your-name-is!!! That guy was right!!!