Thank you ! Minsk looks okay. How were the people in Belarus? Are they friendly ?
Is he Lukashenko' s brother ?Maris VX said:People are nice and friendly, but are scared to talk about politics.
Central streets of Minsk look very good at night, however, gap between Minsk and rest of Belarus is growing. And there`s an unofficial billionaire, first ice hockey player in the country, owner of the Boeing jet and owner of the several country residences.
Yes, Ita, a person similar to LukashenkoIta Simpsone said:Is he Lukashenko' s brother ?
P.S.I was sure, that people there were friendly and nice
Inauguration was a bigger parade then the victory parade in Moscow :sleepy: With all the red carpets trhough out the square, army members of all kinds, flashing lights ... like a scandalous circus. I hope you didn`t have much trouble in Minsk. I know one of observers was the president of New Belgrade municipality - Ozegovic.Maris VX said:Yes, I saw everything, yesterdays `inauguration` as well. I was OSCE/ODIHR observer in Belarus for the second time and - quite unique - my partner was Lithuanian (OSCE observers always work in pairs), just because I got my visa after waiting seventeen days and I was allowed to enter Belarus literally in the very last moment. As I speak and understand Russian and Belarussian too, it was more easy to collect more information. I also know many people in Belarus, unfortunately a couple of them are in prison now...
But Lukashenko`s days are almost numbered, he cannot withstand Gazprom/Kremlin pressure.
And Yermoshina (CEC chairwoman)... oh, she`s stunning...Luka stunning
You aren't really smart, are you?S.T.A.S. said:Belarus sucks...your pics are excellent...prety much what I anticipated Belarus to be!!!