Lukashenka commented on the phrase about “a little dough” and “heifers”
Moscow. 21 Dec. INTERFAX.RU — the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko commented on the discussion of one of his phrases after a recent meeting at the National Olympic Committee on the development of summer sports, according to the state Agency BelTA.
“Like I’m about some “Chicks” (said if), and there are some cows painted in Russia. Attended to, the poor, my phrase,” — said Lukashenko on Thursday at a meeting with activists of Minsk.
The President noted that meant thinking of some modern athletes. “They are one conversation, I literally brought them phrase: loot, Mercedes and behind “Chicks”. Sorry, ladies, that I repeated just the word,” he said.
“It’s the mindset of our athletes. So work — go to run with a stick or ball, let’s score. That’s what it was. And then it turned out that I put this task in front of athletes,” — said the head of state.
In the story of the Belarusian TV channel on past this week meeting with the President in the frame were notes of one of the officials. In particular, in the records it was possible to parse the phrase “a little Dough. Mercedes no. Chicks…”.
“A little dough, no Mercedes, Chicks on the back”. The operator successfully caught the notebook Belarusian sports officials at a meeting with Lukashenko pic.twitter.com/BzmpLkxIfI
— NTV (@ntvru) 19 Dec 2018