Lukashenko with the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Belarus
The Prosecutor General has enough power to involve the entire state apparatus, civil servants “in order to solve this problem with those fugitives,” Lukashenko believes.
The self-proclaimed president of Belarus, Oleksandr Lukashenko, signed a decree on the formation of a commission to work with citizens who have committed crimes but wish to return to their homeland. About this informs Belarusian agency BelTA.
“One of the most important issues. Today I signed a decree prepared by a group of specialists headed by you, on the consideration of appeals by citizens of Belarus who are abroad, on issues of their committing crimes,” Lukashenko told the Prosecutor General of Belarus Andrii Shved.
According to Lukashenka, the Prosecutor General has enough power to involve the entire state apparatus, civil servants “in order to solve this problem with those fugitives.”
“And it’s not just fugitives that need to be looked at. Someone will get out from under the plinth – they understand that we will find them anyway. Someone will turn to the commission. You in the commission will already find out,” Oleksandr Lukashenko added.