President Igor Dodon Congratulated His Belarusian Counterpart Alexandr Lukashenko on His Victory in the Presidential Elections

President Igor Dodon Congratulated His Belarusian Counterpart Alexandr Lukashenko on His Victory in the Presidential Elections
10 August 2020 | 14:57

President Igor Dodon, congratulated his Belarusian counterpart, Alexandr Lukashenko after the President-in-Office won the elections held on August 9 in Belarus.

On August 10, Dodon congratulated Lukashenko on his victory in the presidential election in Belarus through a message posted on Facebook. Dodon expressed his appreciation for the productive dialogue and close cooperation between Moldova and Belarus in various fields.

“I send my sincere congratulations to my Belarusian counterpart, Alexander Lukashenko, on the occasion of the victory in the presidential elections!

On behalf of the Moldovan people and my staff, I wish him remarkable success in achieving the goals proposed for the benefit of Belarus.

I am convinced that the productive dialogue and the close cooperation between Moldova and Belarus in various fields, will contribute to the consolidation of the relations between our countries and peoples,” Dodon wrote on Facebook.

Incumbent Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko won the presidential elections from August 9 with 80.23 percent of the vote. The Central Electoral Commission offered the information on August 10, citing the preliminary results of a tense election marked by violence and allegations of electoral fraud.

Violent clashes broke out between police and protesters in Belarus’ big cities on the night of August 9, after state media announced that 26-year-old President Alexander Lukashenko had won a sixth consecutive term.

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