Alyaksandr Lukashenka advised Emmanuel Macron to ‘stop looking around and focus on the internal affairs of France’. He also called himself ‘an experienced politician’ while the French leader was labelled as an ‘immature’ political figure.
According to him, Macron should have resigned two years ago, when the so called yellow vests started taking to the streets of Paris.
“Years go by, ‘vests’ are still in the streets, Mr. Macron is still in his position, too, and France has turned into a country where mass protests have become a usual thing,” state-run news agency BelTA quotes Lukashenka.
In addition, Alyaksandr Lukashenka mockingly recommended Emmanuel Macron not to create family issues by paying ‘too much attention to one of the former presidential candidates’ of Belarus.
A few days ago, when granting an interview to Le Journal du Dimanche, Emmanuel Macron called on Alyaksandr Lukashenka to voluntarily leave the post of head of Belarus.
“This is a crisis of power, of the authoritarian power that cannot accept the logic of democracy and is trying to hold on by using force. It is obvious that Lukashenka must leave,” the French President said.
Macron also expressed support for Belarus’ peaceful protesters, saying he was amazed by their courage.