According to Feigin, the death of Makey could be a signal to Lukashenka from Moscow.
Russian oppositionist and lawyer Mark Feigin considers the fact of the sudden death of the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus Volodymyr Makei to be strange. He did not rule out that he could not have died his own death.
As Fagin told “24 channels“, Makei was a communicator between Belarus and Western countries. In addition, Lukashenko trusted him a lot.
“This morning I commented on the information that Lukashenka was threatened with death for his intransigence. And here Mackay dies instead of him. Again they will say that we are making things up on the fly. We are not making things up, but it is somehow strange. It is like dying in a war from the common cold is very strange,” he explained.
According to the oppositionist, Mackay traveled to Europe and tried to be a kind of buffer between the Lukashenka regime and the West. In addition, he tried to agree on some special conditions for the Belarusian ruler.
“I understand that Lukashenko trusted him a lot, because he dealt with very confidential and sensitive topics,” Feygin emphasized.
Fagin also did not rule out that Mackay could not have died his own death.
“Probably, he was a certain communicator who really spoke out an interesting scenario for Lukashenka under the conditions of the West regarding non-participation in the operation from the North regarding Ukraine. Could this be the case? I do not rule it out. Does this mean that Moscow was interested in eliminating such of Lukashenka’s confidant, so that he simply disappears? You know, we have seen everything, we will not be surprised by anything,” the oppositionist added.
According to the lawyer, this is quite possible against the background of spreading rumors about Lukashenka’s precarious position, who is being pressured by the Kremlin to force him to join the war against Ukraine. The Belarusian dictator is avoiding this step in every possible way, and the Kremlin is not happy about it.
In this connection, Feigin did not rule out that the head of the Belarusian Foreign Ministry, Makei, could become a Russian target. The official could be poisoned with chemical substances, which Russia has resorted to before. However, the cause of Makey’s death should be determined after the results of the examination.
“If he was really poisoned or irradiated, probably the Belarusian side should know about it. Whether they will inform us about it is the next question. But for Lukashenka himself, this could be a signal: “Look, friend. Some people don’t live here for a long time.” I can allow that,” Feagin summed up.
Mackay’s death: what is known
On November 26, 2022, the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus, Volodymyr Makei, died. He was 64 years old.
Political scientist Andrii Piontkovskii noted that Makei’s death looks very suspicious. He believes that the removal of Makei is an action by Moscow, since the Kremlin has always blamed him for the multi-vector nature of Lukashenka.
Anton Gerashchenko, adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, suggests that Makei’s death could have been a signal to Lukashenka, and he could have been poisoned. At the same time, the Belarusian mass media called the probable cause of the official’s death a heart attack.
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