Lukashenko went on Saturday to the Chernobyl zone

The President of Belarus on Saturday, 25 April, went to the Chernobyl zone. The Belarusian leader traditionally attends the victims of the Chernobyl accident areas in late April.

This year the trip coincided with the Republican subbotnik, which the President did not cancel, despite the spread of coronavirus, according to NSN.

Lukashenko plans to take part in the work on the territory of national Park "Pripyat" where planted pines.

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