Putin’s pal ‘Europe’s last dictator’ Lukashenko falls ill & loses consciousness at summit with Vlad & Xi, reports claim 

VLADIMIR Putin’s close ally and Europe’s final dictator Alexander Lukashenko has fallen ill during a summit with Mad Vlad, reports claim.

The Belarus despot allegedly “lost consciousness” at a crunch meeting with his Russian counterpart and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko are longstanding allies

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Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko are longstanding alliesCredit: AP
Lukashenko reportedly fell ill during a summit with Putin and Chinese President Xi Jingping

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Lukashenko reportedly fell ill during a summit with Putin and Chinese President Xi Jingping
Belarus despot Alexander Lukashenko deboards his plane in Kazakhstan capital Astana

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Belarus despot Alexander Lukashenko deboards his plane in Kazakhstan capital Astana

His current condition is being kept a secret as the leaders continue their meeting in former Soviet state and Asian country Kazakhstan.

Belarus political analyst, Dmitry Bolkunets, claimed Lukashenko, 69, “lost consciousness at the summit”.

The Minsk tyrant – who ruthlessly locks up any political foes – has been dubbed “Europe’s last dictator”.

He became seriously ill following a visit to Moscow in May last year, and was diagnosed with a complicated condition afterwards according to Bolkunets.

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He has been handed multiple deadly nuclear missiles by Putin, 71,  and these are now based in Belarus.

Bolkunets insisted this is not the first time Lukashenko has passed out. 

“This has happened to him several times before. Heat, flights, stress, nerves. He likes a good drink,” he said. 

After his diagnosis of Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation – a blood clot condition – in 2023, Lukashenko is on a course of expensive medications, Bolkunets said.

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Russian independent media TV Rain  also reported his illness at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit this week.

One report read: “On the evening of 3 July, Lukashenko arrived in Astana – he disembarked the plane by himself, though he didn’t look completely healthy.

“According to our sources….his condition visibly worsened in front of summit participants.

“The next day he spoke at the summit and met with heads of state.

“However, it’s clear that he looked worse than two days earlier when he attended a parade in Minsk in military uniform.

“His face was pale and shiny, and his speech wasn’t confident.”

Another political analyst Valery Karbalevich said: “It’s clear that he is not in good health. 

“Lukashenko’s health is a state secret, guarded closely. 

“Clearly, his appearance is not good. He looks worse than before. 

“This is evident. He has gained weight. 

“It is quite obvious he has problems with his legs. He walks with difficulty. During public appearances, facial and head tremors can be noticed.”

Lukashenko is only in power after rigging a presidential election in 2020 and ordering his KGB secret police to throw any enemies behind bars. 

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In May Putin visited Belarus to spend two days strengthening relations between the two despots.

It comes as Europe is planning to construct a 1,500 mile defensive wall throughout the continent to protect the West from Belarus and Russia.

Vladimir Putin with Chinese despot Xi Jinping

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Vladimir Putin with Chinese despot Xi Jinping

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