In Belarus on 30 August presidential elections. In addition to permanent Alexander Lukashenko, in them will take part and eks-the diplomat Valery Tsepkalo. He said this on his page in Facebook, reports Диалог.UA.
Tsepkalo sharply criticized the policy of Lukashenko, who has been in power in Belarus for more than 25 years.
“Belarus, it seems, has turned into another planet with a different appeal. The dense atmosphere of stagnation, the lack of fresh air changes, the absence of light, beauty and smiles. Country living in the past, not the future“, – he wrote.
The Manager noted that “the biggest threat for Belarus is not the military power of NATO or Russia“, and “an inefficient economy, archaic system of government and poverty“.
Tsepkalo called on Belarusians to vote for him, promising to build a modern, economically developed and free state.
“I have enough for this and the managerial and life experience!” – he stressed.
It should be noted that Tsepkalo was born in the Belarusian city of Grodno in 1965 in a family of immigrants from Ukraine. His parents, William and Nina were sent to the West of Belarus for distribution for the construction of a nitrogen plant. His father graduated from Odessa Polytechnic Institute, his mother – Kharkiv engineering-economic faculty.
Tsepkalo is the initiator and Creator of the Belarusian version of “Silicon valley” – Park of high technologies.
In the 90s he headed the election headquarters of Lukashenka.
Tsepkalo worked as Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of Belarus and from 1997 to 2002 he held the post of Ambassador to the United States and Mexico. In 2005, however, leaves the civil service to create the country’s high-tech Park.
The Belarusian mass media called him “the only man in the country, which has created a real profitable sector of the economy without oil and gas.” Thanks to its high-tech Park, the country has risen to 41 in the world in the development of information technology. Also, Belarus has entered the TOP 10 countries-suppliers of software Europe, middle East and Africa.
Earlier Диалог.UA reported that Lukashenka urgently appealed to Belarusians: “Isolate all”.
We also wrote that Lukashenka postponed the address to Parliament and the people of Belarus.
And recently, Zhirinovsky demanded the resignation of Lukashenko: “It needs Yanukovych to come to live here somewhere.”