Time is working against the regime in Belarus.
How will the attitude towards the Lukashenka regime change under the new government in Berlin?
Belarusian historian from Germany, professor at Heinrich Heine University (Dusseldorf) and the University of Saarland (Saarbrücken) Aliaksandr Frydman answered these and other questions on air of Belsat.
"In recent weeks, the discourse on the situation in Belarus and the future of Aliaksandr Lukashenka has gradually changed in Europe.
Until recently, both the press and statements of European politicians focused on how to stop the violence and repression in Belarus, as well as the migration crisis, provoked by the official Minsk.
Now it is accompanied by the question of what should be done to make Lukashenka and his entourage accountable for everything that has happened in and around Belarus over the past year and continues to happen.
This tendency shows that the dictator has missed his chance to retire peacefully. He cannot count on a carefree and peaceful old age, as they will not leave him alone.
Time is working against Lukashenka," said Aliaksandr Frydman.