“Warning for Lukashenka”: ex-minister on the death of Belarusian Foreign Minister Makei (video)

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Former Minister of Culture of Belarus Pavel Latushko called Makei's death a strange coincidence. At the same time, he noted that the head of the Foreign Ministry has recently been under the yoke of psychological stress that is harmful to health.

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Former diplomat and ex-Minister of Culture of Belarus Pavel Latushko posted a video in which he commented on the death of the head of the Belarusian Foreign Ministry. The Belarusian opposition leader suggested that the death of the country's Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei could become a kind of “warning” for Alexander Lukashenko.

Latushko noted that on the eve of his death, the head of Belarusian diplomacy was supposed to go to the summit of foreign ministers within the framework of the OSCE. In this regard, the ex-minister recalled that during his reign, Lukashenko dismissed the heads of the country's Foreign Ministry three times during their participation in the OSCE summit. We are talking about Sinko, Antonovich and Latypov, who were removed from their posts during their participation in European summits.

“But (Makei) did not wait for his participation for literally three days. A strange coincidence. But I I didn’t want to build any conspiracy stories here“, the ex-minister noted.

“People say that just a batman is a person who has access to to the body.He receives direct orders, he can go into his office at almost any time, often receives instructions of a personal nature.Makei knew too much“, – Latushko emphasized.

The ex-minister explained that Lukashenka listened to Makei's opinion until 2020, but stopped doing this when the minister's authority fell to zero.

“I remember that he complained, and his entourage complained that he could no longer fly on board number one with Lukashenka – for some reason there was no place for him there,” Latushko said, recalling that Makei was attending the CSTO summit in Yerevan flew on a military transport plane, and this was a kind of psychological blow for the minister.

Based on the words of the ex-minister, Makei believed too much in his power until 2020, and when in 2018 he proposed to reduce the staff of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by 5 %, immediately received an answer “on the shoulders” from the head of state – Lukashenka ordered to reduce the staff by 25%.

“Then Makei packed his things in the office, got into the car and left. He never showed up for work again. Under the yoke of these psychological stresses, he was looking for a way out. That exit, which is very often harmful to health“, summed up Latushko.