12 July 2002 MINSK, 11 July (Racyja)--"The Belarusian leader is swallowing handfuls of political Viagra, but he shouldn't hope for anything--no one in Russia will support him. What does [Belarusian President Alyaksandr] Lukashenka want to do--immortalize himself? It won't work," said Dmitry Rogozin, head of the Russian State Duma's international affairs committee, commenting on the […]

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