Representative of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Australia resigns in protest against the actions of the Lukashenka’s regime
The representative of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BelCCI) in Australia, Warren Reynolds, has submitted a letter of resignation to the chairman of the organization, Vladimir Ulakhovich. Mr. Reynolds has represented the BelCCI in Australia since 2011, and in 2012−2018 he was the honorary consul of Belarus in this country. With his participation, the offices of BelAZ and MTZ were opened on the Green Continent.
"I cannot put up with the illegal and criminal actions of the Lukashenka’s regime and, therefore, I don’t see it more possible to be a representative of any official body of Lukashenka’s government, or to support him, or to be associated with him," Warren Reynolds explained in his statement.
Reynolds also indicated that he does not consider Lukashenka "a legally elected president of Belarus and a person worthy of respect." "He is just a ruthless, cruel, irresponsible, selfish dictator who by force of arms retains power and forcibly holds his people as hostages. His crimes cannot go unpunished, "the petition says.
Warren Reynolds stressed that from this moment " I have to do everything possible so that those Belarusian companies that act in the interests of Lukashenka and his family do not conduct any business in Australia or in this region," and called on diplomats, honorary consuls and representatives of the BelCCI in other countries to publicly condemn the Lukashenka’s regime and resign. "As soon as this regime will be removed, we will join the people of free Belarus and the restoration of their country," concluded Mr. Reynolds.
The NAM thanks Warren Reynolds for his act in support of the Belarusian people and joins the call for honorary consuls and representatives of the BelCCI around the world to immediately leave their posts in protest against the actions of the Lukashenka’s regime.
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