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Monday, October 24, 2016

Lukashenko who have treated Seagal carrots and watermelon, made fun of the Network

Held at the meeting of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko with the American actor Steven Seagal has caused many ironic comments of Network users.

photo: twitter.com

They were connected with the plot of the Belarusian information Agency “BelTA”, the extension of the video where Seagal eats offered Lukashenko a carrot and takes the watermelon from the hands of his son.

The reason for the arrival of actor in the country’s cooperation with Wargaming in World of Warships.

The Agency noted that “communication with the President turned out alive and for the visitor it is extremely informative, with a focus on agriculture, because the harvest is in full swing”. So he showed Seagal is not only carrots and watermelons, but also beets and “Bulba”.

According to the Agency, “the Belarusian natural products is not indifferent to American guests.

In the Network, however, have ridiculed this meeting, comparing, in particular, Seagal with the hero of Pierre Richard in the movie “the Toy”.

Popular actor S. Segal became the main character in the reality show “the Toy” https://t.co/ZVzBssPwAF

— Svetlana (@swk222) 25 Aug 2016

Two fathers is normal. It is a European practice pic.twitter.com/5nSiaq1ucS

— That has risen in price in Belarus (@belarus_price) 24 Aug 2016

On a table at Lukashenko Italian mineral water Aqua Panna.

And these people shout “let’s buy Belarusian”? pic.twitter.com/WwlVwNiTyZ

— That has risen in price in Belarus (@belarus_price) 25 Aug 2016

@belamova do Not hurry there, you don’t know where she was before.

Sanctions fruit (@Buddy_Judge) 24 Aug 2016



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