During the meeting, Lukashenka and Mnangagwa signed several agreements and also agreed to develop industry, trade and agriculture together.
Studio Kvartal 95 actor, humorist Yury Veliky parodied Alexander Lukashenko and showed how he “doesn’t want to leave Zimbabwe.” Video posted on YouTube.
So, the comedian started his parody with a story about how he was received in an African country. In particular, there were a lot of people, everyone clapped and shouted something like “out of habit, the self-proclaimed president of Belarus almost gave the order to disperse everything.”
“Oh, how did they recognize me there. Our plane landed at their biggest ultra-modern airport. No, I didn’t make a reservation. I know what the airport looks like, so they have an airport there. You can land planes and potatoes there. It’s a universal platform,” he said.
Also, Yuri the Great said in Lukashenka’s paper that during the meeting with Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, “they exchanged the usual handshake, friendly foot washing and sincere spat.”
In addition, the President of Belarus said that they exchanged gifts.
“As part of strengthening our good relations, for the development of their agriculture, I gave them a tractor. And they gave me a stuffed lion – perhaps as part of the development of our domestic stuffing. The exchange, of course, is not equivalent. I would have known that in their The parties will receive such gifts, I will give them a stuffed tractor,” added the President of the Republic of Belarus.
Earlier it was reported that the humorist pardoned the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Sergei Shoigu and the head of the PMC Wagner Yevgeny Prigozhin, during which a conflict arose.
Yuri the Great made a parody of Russian State Duma deputy Denis Maidanov
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