Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said businessmen who fund political opponents of his regime will be deemed enemies of the state.
The suspects in this week’s subway bombing in Minsk that killed 12 people have confessed, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said.
Belarus’s dollar bonds tumbled to the lowest since March on a report the nation will be forced to borrow more from Russia and speculation the government will scupper a program to sell state assets.
President Aleksandr Lukashenko reiterated that Belarus won’t sell state-controlled fertilizer producer Belaruskali for less than $30 billion, Belta reported.
"I am sure that sooner or later Ukraine's leadership will understand where its happiness lies."
- Aleksandr Lukashenko on May 29, 2014