Alexander Lukashenkoon: Sergey Gapon / AP
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko stood up for the Slovak Ambassador Joseph Migash, who resigned after attending a parade in Minsk in honor of the 75th anniversary of victory in the great Patriotic war. On Thursday, 28 may, BelTA informs.
Lukashenko recalled Mygale at the meeting with the Serbian Ambassador Veljko Kovacevic. He called the act of the Slovak diplomat worthy. “I honestly don’t quite understand the official position of the Slovak leadership, which allegedly condemned the act, moreover, sent, or consider sending in resignation”, — said the President.
He recalled that his father Migala was a partisan and fought against Nazism. “How can this person make a complaint?” — said Lukashenko.
Early in the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Slovakia, told RIA Novosti that Migas “violated the basic principles of communication with the Central office” without discussing its participation in the celebration of the anniversary of the Victory in Minsk. The Ministry found out about his affair from the media and regarded as an expression of political opposition to the new government.
“The Ambassador of Slovakia in Belarus Jozef migaš was asked to release him from this post. But the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Slovakia at the same time categorically rejects the allegations of Mr Migala of biased campaign against his person”, — said the press Secretary of the Slovak Juraj depodesta Tomaga.
Slovak media reported that Migas announced his resignation due to the fact that it angered the foreign Ministry to participate in the “celebrations Lukashenko.”
The parade took place in Minsk, despite the pandemic coronavirus. Lukashenko urged critics “not to rush to condemn the heirs of the Victory of the Belarusians.”
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