Three hours after arriving in the country.
The Boeing 767-300 with the flight number EW-001PB, on which Lukashenka flew to Africa, stayed in the capital of Kenya for about three hours and flew in a northeastern direction, according to data from the flightaware.com service.
At 23:15 EAT, the flight departed from Nairobi airport towards the UAE.
In Kenya, Lukashenka had time to meet with the president of that country, William Ruto.
Only the Minister of Agriculture met Lukashenka at the airport.
Before that, the dictator visited Equatorial Guinea.