Galina Lukashenko

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Galina Lukashenko
Галіна Лукашэнка
Галина Лукашенко

Halina Łukaszenka
First Lady of Belarus
Assumed office
20 July 1994
Personal details
Born Galina Rodionovna Zhelnerovich
(1955-01-01) 1 January 1955 (age 62)
Byelorussian SSR, Soviet Union
Nationality Belarusian
Spouse(s) Alexander Lukashenko (m.1975)
Children Viktor Lukashenko
Dmitry Lukashenko
Alma mater Mogilev State Pedagogical Institute

Galina Rodionovna Lukashenko (Belarusian: Галіна Радзівонаўна Лукашэнка, Russian: Галина Родионовна Лукашенко, Polish: Halina Radyjonauna Łukaszenka), née Zhelnerovich (Belarusian: Жаўняровіч, Russian: Желнерович, Polish: Żolnierowicz), (born 1 January 1955) is the First Lady of the current Belarusian President, Alexander Lukashenko.[1] Lukashenko married Zhelnerovich, his high school sweetheart, in 1975.[1] Later that year their oldest son, Viktor, was born.[1] Their second son, Dmitry, was born in 1980.[1] Viktor is a 'national security aide' for his father; but Alexander has dismissed him in public as "a useless weakling who will soon become even weaker".[1]

Galina lives separately in the family's house in the village near Shklov.[1]

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