“First. As the president of the country, based on the principles of Mr. Macron, I would like to say that the president of France, following his own logic, had to resign two years ago – when yellow vests started to come to the streets of Paris. The years go by, the vests are still on the streets, Mr. Macron is still in office surprisingly and France became the country, where the mass protests are common sight…,” Lukashenko said.
He also reminded recurring problems of France with the BLM movement and Islamic protests in Marseille and Lyon.
“Second. As an experienced politician to the immature one, I would like to advise Mr. Macron to look around less and deal with the inner affairs of France instead. At least, start to solve issues that massively accumulated in the country,” Lukashenko added.
According to him, Macron pays much attention to one of the ex-candidates for the presidency in Belarus.
“Considering the fact that this ex-candidate is a woman, the French leader is risking to got personal issues at home in addition to inner problems of France,” Lukashenko concluded.
Earlier, Macron has called on Alexander Lukashenko to leave the post of the President of the Republic of Belarus.
Macron also admitted that he was impressed by the courage of the Belarusian protesters, who organize rallies and demonstrations every week.
On September 23, the newly elected President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko held a secret inauguration at the Palace of Independence in Minsk.
As we reported, in Belarus, a national strike was declared in response to the inauguration of Alexander Lukashenko behind closed doors and the dispersal of the rally.