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President of Belarus Lukashenko equates Ukrainians with Belarusians in rights – Lukashenko

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Alyaksandr Lukashenka extended the decree equating the rights of Ukrainians with Belarusians
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President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko expanded the decree and equalized the rights of Ukrainians with Belarusians. Such a document was developed to provide assistance to citizens who arrived on the territory of Belarus from Ukraine. This was reported by the press service of the Belarusian leader.

“On September 14, Head of State Alexander Lukashenko signed a decree, according to which the decree dated August 30, 2014 No. 420 “On the stay of citizens of Ukraine in the Republic of Belarus” is detailed in a new edition. The document is developed to help citizens who arrived from Ukraine on the territory of Belarus and found themselves in a difficult life situation,” the press service of the head of Belarus said in a statement.

According to the document, citizens of Ukraine are exempted from paying state fees for registering a temporary residence in Belarus, issuing a temporary residence permit, considering an application for issuing a permanent residence permit in the country, and the issuance of a biometric residence permit. They noted that the decree will immediately regulate issues related to social support for Ukrainian citizens and their work.

Earlier, Lukashenka declared that Ukraine was lost to the East Slavic world even before the start of Russia’s special operation. According to him, this happened when Ukrainian politicians abandoned their Slavic identity. The special operation of the Russian Federation in Ukraine has been taking place since February 24. Russian President Vladimir Putin called the goals of the special operation demilitarization and denazification in Ukraine.

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President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko expanded the decree and equalized the rights of Ukrainians with Belarusians. Such a document was developed to provide assistance to citizens who arrived on the territory of Belarus from Ukraine. This was reported by the press service of the Belarusian leader. “On September 14, Head of State Alexander Lukashenko signed a decree, according to which the decree dated August 30, 2014 No. 420 “On the stay of citizens of Ukraine in the Republic of Belarus” is detailed in a new edition. The document is developed to help citizens who arrived from Ukraine on the territory of Belarus and found themselves in a difficult life situation,” the press service of the head of Belarus said in a statement. According to the document, citizens of Ukraine exempt from paying state fees for registering a temporary residence in Belarus, issuing a temporary residence permit, considering an application for issuing a permanent residence permit in the country, and issuing ‘ a biometric residence permit. They noted that the decree will immediately regulate issues related to social support for Ukrainian citizens and their work. Earlier, Lukashenko declared that Ukraine was lost to the East Slavic world even before the start of Russia’s special operation. According to him, this happened when Ukrainian politicians abandoned their Slavic identity. The special operation of the Russian Federation in Ukraine has been taking place since February 24. Russian President Vladimir Putin called the goals of the special operation demilitarization and denazification in Ukraine.

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