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Tijanovskaya agrees to speak to Lukashenko if he releases all dissidents

Former Belarusian presidential candidate Svetlana Tijanovskaya, one of the opposition leaders against the country’s president Alexander Lukashenko, has said she intends to return to her country and enter into a dialogue with the president to resolve the current political crisis as soon as he does has freed all political prisoners, including her husband

“I believe this will be the moment when I will go back there and be with my husband and people,” he said in an interview with Sky News from the hotel in Vilnius, Lithuania, where he is heading the country The strong left protests in the last few weeks against the result of the elections, in which Lukashenko reaffirmed his long term in office on charges of fraud.

Tijanovskaya replaced her husband Sergei Tijanovski, a well-known blogger in the country who was arrested for inciting violence last May before the elections.

Tijanovskaya agrees to speak to Lukashenko if he releases all dissidents
Tijanovskaya agrees to speak to Lukashenko if he releases all dissidents

“If it is necessary to speak to Lukashenko and I understand the reasons, I do not understand why I shouldn’t,” said the opposition before another large demonstration against the president, who is the army, was scheduled that Sunday has already asked for help to protect “the integrity of the country” and has accused the protesters of acting in the interests of Westerners.

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