February 1, 2023


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Belarusian foreign minister is dead.  "sudden death"

Belarusian foreign minister is dead. “sudden death”

The circumstances of Uladzemir Macke’s death have not been disclosed. Pieta only mentions that it was a “sudden death”. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus was 64 years old.

On November 10, in Delhi, Uladzmir Maki met, among others, Mr. With the Indian Foreign Minister and Minister of Commerce. Belarus said in a statement: “Politicians discussed the situation in Ukraine in detail, paying attention to the need to quickly settle it by peaceful means.”

On Friday, the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs wrote on its website about a meeting between Makei and the Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Ante Jozic. And on Monday, the politician was scheduled to hold talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

The Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that it was “shocked” by reports of the killing of Uladzimir Makey. “The official condolences from the Russian Foreign Ministry will be published in the near future,” spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.

Uladzmir Maki was born on August 5, 1958 in the Grodno region. He graduated from the Minsk Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages, then served in the Soviet Army for 12 years. In 1992, he became a student at the Diplomatic Academy of the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Since 1993, he has held various positions in the diplomatic service: he was the representative of Belarus at the Council of Europe and at the same time an adviser at the Embassy in Paris, head of the European Cooperation Department at the Ministry of Belarus. Foreign Affairs, Assistant to the President of Belarus and, finally, Head of the Presidential Administration.

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On August 20, 2012, he was dismissed from this position and appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs. He was on the list of Belarusian state activists banned from entering the territory of the European Union.

McKee achieved the rank of reserve colonel, and in 2006 he was awarded the Medal of Honor.

Sources: BelTA, Wikipedia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus