Alexander Lukashenko’s son is Transferred to Moscow School, Says Popular Russian Actor

Alexander Lukashenko’s son is Transferred to Moscow School, Says Popular Russian Actor

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With reference to his own sources, Stanislav Sadalsky, a well-known Russian actor and blogger, said that Nikolai, Alexander Lukashenko’s son, had been transferred to a school in Moscow.

Since the beginning of the protest actions in Minsk in August, the situation in Belarus is gradually coming to a deadlock. As a result, Alexander Lukashenko managed to stabilize it to some extent. This was largely facilitated by Vladimir Putin who sent a message to the Belarusian opposition just in time. Its key idea was that if the protesters overstep some bounds, the Russian law enforcement officers would suppress the uprising.

According to some experts, this was done after the Kremlin finally managed to obtain Lukashenko’s agreement to unite with Russia. In particular, this opinion was recently voiced by Leonid Gozman, a well-known politician. It should be added that on September 3, 2020, Alexander Lukashenko met with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin in Minsk. During this meeting, the assumptions of the expert community were practically repeated word for word. As a result, the parties agreed to continue close integration within the Union State, which they founded formally back in 1996.

Not so long ago, political scientist Valery Solovey made a statement that in the nearest future, Alexander Lukashenko might take the post of Secretary of the State Council of the Union State, and Vladimir Putin might head “the common fatherland from Brest to Vladivostok.” Many were skeptical about this statement. However, it is well-known that there is no smoke without fire. With reference to his own insides, Stanislav Sadalsky, a well-known Russian actor and blogger, said that Nikolai, Alexander Lukashenko’s son, had been transferred to a school in Moscow. Incidentally, this follows the logic of events that, according to the Russian expert community, are likely to take place in the framework of Belarus and Russia’s full integration.

“After all, Moscow schools are better than the schools in Minsk,” Stanislav Sadalsky wrote on his Instagram account. “Nikolai Lukashenko decided to continue his studies in Moscow. According to insiders’ information, from today, he is enrolled in one of the prestigious schools in the Russian capital... By the way, I support his decision.”

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