"The waxwork" is no longer needed by anyone.
On September 9, an unscheduled meeting between Russian President Putin and the usurper Lukashenka was held in the Kremlin. This event was initiated by Moscow. On August 30, the Kremlin called and invited him "to drop in". The Belarusian dictator had no choice, says the Center for Political Analysis and Forecasting.
"The waxwork" Lukashenka "dropped in on a call," and he was faced with the fact, and put forward conditions, from which he could not refuse.
On September 9, Russian President Putin got everything he wanted from Lukashenka. After November 4, there will be no need for Lukashenka at all. This means that Lukashenka has done his job, Lukashenka "will be forced to leave."
"After November 4, Moscow will start the process of replacing the toxic Lukashenka.
It is highly likely that on September 9, Putin and Lukashenka discussed the terms of Lukashenka's leaving power during the second round of closed-door talks, which began immediately after the press conference. The Belarusian dictator is resisting his resignation, and a consensus has not yet been arrived at," notes the Center for Political Analysis and Forecasting.