Putin’s lies no longer work. Even his closest ally betrayed him

Today the economic boundaries of each state are so transparent and trade relations so intertwined that achieving economic stability alone is almost impossible. Belta.by quoted Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko during the Eurasian Forum.

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The economic situation of the Kremlin and its satellites and allies is a result of sanctions imposed by the European Union. The Lukashenko regime is painfully learning this every day. Restrictions imposed on the dictator’s country include, among others:

  • supply of components and raw materials that can be used for war purposes;
  • trade restrictions;
  • exclusion of five Belarusian banks from the SWIFT system;
  • prohibition of transactions with the Central Bank of Belarus;
  • restrictions on financial flows from Belarus to the EU;
  • Ban on issuance of euro banknotes to Belarus.
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