Dictator will be shamed at Euro 2012 final
14:26, — Politics
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said that Lukashenko should be ashamed to attend the finals of the European Championship in Kiev.
"What the world thinks about the situation in Belarus is an inconvenience for President Lukashenko ... Let him be ashamed wherever he comes. At this time, let him be ashamed at the stadium in Kiev," said the Polish Prime Minister.
According to Donald Tusk, Poland's President Bronislaw Komorowski and other European leaders, who will also attend the Euro 2012 final, consider the Belarusian president as the last dictator in Europe and promise to "find the appropriate form of action (in relation to Alexander Lukashenko - Telegraf), even if it’s not going to be easy," "Ukrinform."
As Telegraf previously reported, Bronislaw Komorowski has no plans to cancel his visit to Kiev to attend the final of the European Football Championship on July 1 because of the expected presence of Alexander Lukashenko at the stadium.
June 27, it became known that the president of Belarus would arrive in Kiev on a working visit on July 1and attend the match Spain - Italy.
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