Resident of Comedy Club Garik Kharlamov published in Instagram appeal to the President of Belarus, described the situation there “just a gesture” and called on Alexander Lukashenko to stop the violence.

Publish from Garik Kharlamov (@garikkharlamov) 12 Aug 2020 6:12 PDT

According to the comedian, he usually tries “not to meddle in political history”, but what is happening in Belarus “goes beyond just dust”.

"nice to get Away" Lukashenko will not be able

“I love Belarus, I have a lot of friends there, a million times was in Minsk, Brest and so on. And Lukashenka I have never had any particularly negative thoughts. Everywhere clean, nice. Even evoked sympathy. I can see how “dad” pounding his own people with batons and shooting rubber bullets,” said Garik Kharlamov.

He stressed that recognizes the right of people to defend their point of view and considers that it is unacceptable to beat and humiliate man for that.

“do Not turn into animals! (…) Alexander G., stop the violence!” – asked the humorist of the Belarusian leader.

As reported by “the Rambler”, according to the preliminary results, the elections of the President of Belarus passed on August 9 was won by the incumbent head of state Alexander Lukashenko. In this case, after the end of voting in cities of Belarus started the mass protests, accompanied by clashes with security forces. During the protests, was detained thousands of people, reported injuries. The country’s investigative Committee opened a case on the riots.

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