Not sure how he’s able to resist – perhaps he doesn’t send anyone to WHO conferences.
In the global struggle against the coronavirus, Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka stands out, not for what he has done but for what he hasn’t. As quarantines and other restrictive measures are announced almost daily elsewhere in Europe, the authoritarian leader who has ruled Belarus for more than a quarter-century has taken a different approach. It’s one that critics, who accuse him of dangerously downplaying the risks ahead of a presidential election in August, say is no approach at all.
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