Belarusian Opposition Leader Calls for ‘Worldwide Fights’ After Detention of Journalist

Belarusian opposition leader calls for worldwide fights after detention of journalist

Moscow, May 27: Belarusian resistance pioneer Svetlana Tikhanovskaya has called for ‘worldwide fights’ on Saturday against the public authority drove by President Alexander Lukashenko, following the detainment of Journalist columnist Roman Protasevich.

In a video message delivered on Wednesday, Tikhanovskaya encouraged individuals across the world to join exhibits to build tension on the Lukashenko organization. Resistance pioneers said the Lukashenko system is approaching confinement more than ever, detailed NHK World. The call for activity against Lukashenko follows the confinement of dissenter writer Roman Protasevich on Sunday after his plane was requested to land in the Belarusian capital of Minsk while it was getting through the nation’s airspace. Numerous nations have condemned the move.

Lukashenko is planned to visit Russia on Friday to hold converses with President Vladimir Putin. Lukashenko is relied upon to venture up his angry position against Western countries with help from Moscow, it announced further.

“Concerning Russia, there are a few issues there … I won’t say that our relations with the Russians have declined, actually, we are presently attempting to discover an exit from either explicit circumstance,” Sputnik said citing Lukashenko.

The president added that a few issues are identified with organizations “that are under sanctions” of the West.