Belarus has officially asked Switzerland information about an alleged account of the son of Alexander Lukashenko at $840 million
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“The President’s son $840 million “found” in one of the Swiss banks, in my opinion, Credit Suisse. However, the Bank denied. But we have formally requested the Swiss side that they have given us this information,” – said Mackay, quoted by “Interfax”
The press service of the President of the Republic of Belarus
Belarus has officially asked Switzerland information about an alleged account of the son of Alexander Lukashenko at 840 million dollars, said Belarusian foreign Minister Vladimir Makei.
“The son of the President of 840 million “found” in one of the Swiss banks, in my opinion, Credit Suisse. However, the Bank denied. But we have formally requested the Swiss side that they have given us this information,” said Mackay, quoted by “Interfax”.
According to the Minister, the absurdity of the situation is that those who throw these fakes come from what is happening in their countries. “It’s no secret that many States won’t call any of the process of innings associated with serious enrichment. Now, I want to say unequivocally that in Belarus such was not, and will not be until the current leadership is in power. I can say unequivocally,” – said the Minister. According to him, half of said amount in case of detection will be transferred to the Embassy of Belarus on the development of foreign trade and economic relations with Switzerland.
Note, the press service of the Bank Credit Suisse has sent an official comment about this situation. “Screen shot (an excerpt from the e-Bank system) is a fake. Credit Suisse does not have any client relationship with Viktor Lukashenko. We informed the relevant authorities of Switzerland.”
Earlier in the Telegram-channel Nexta published a screenshot of the page online Bank with a large sum in a Swiss Bank, which were attributed to the assistant to the President for national security, the eldest son of President Viktor Lukashenko. Alexander Lukashenko called this information a “terrible fake”, thrown out of Russia, and asked to “immediately withdraw” the money from the Bank.
The President of Belarus also stated that the opponents of the government demand honest and fair elections, however, they behave dishonestly, and they “are the puppet masters” from Poland and Russia. He also noticed that these “fake” designed to discredit the current government, I believe mostly those who are not versed in the Bank documents. “These fakes will always. And we need to keep in mind to live with it and fight. By the way, it is tossed structures “babichevskaya”, “nazarani” from Russia”, – he stressed. Press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov said that Russia has never interfered and does not intend to interfere in anyone’s electoral processes, especially in Belarus.