Lukashenko accuses Belarus Catholics leader of working for "outside forces"

Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz, Archbishop of Minsk-Mogilev. Photo: reform.by

The President of Belarus explained why Archbishop Kondrusiewicz cannot return to the republic.

On September 1, 2020, Alexander Lukashenko told why the head of Belarusian Catholics, Archbishop Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz, was prevented by border guards from entering Belarus, Interfax reports.

Lukashenko believes that Kondrusiewicz “received certain tasks” in Poland and because of this he was not allowed back into Belarus.

There was also information about the possible possession of more than one citizenship by the archbishop.

The President assured that Catholic churches will continue to work in the republic: even those that "conducted anti-Lukashenko propaganda" have not been closed, and the country's authorities are proud of the inter-confessional peace in the country.

As the UOJ reported earlier, the border guards did not allow the head of the Belarusian Catholics to enter Belarus.

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