Lukashenko intends to discuss with Putin interference in Belarus elections

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said he intends to meet with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in the near future and discuss outside interference in the elections in the republic.

As Belta agency reports, Lukashenko made such a statement during the adoption of personnel decisions. The head of the republic, in particular, drew attention to the fact that the opponents of the current Belarusian government require fair and decent elections, but they themselves are dishonest.

“Are they pushing us to dishonesty the way they behave? It’s clear that the puppeteers are standing behind them. They are both on the one and the other. They live in Poland and sometimes they are from Russia. We are going to talk about this with President Putin in the near future at the meeting, but this situation is very complicated. The most up-to-date fake technologies are used, there is interference from abroad in our elections, our internal affairs”, – Alexander Lukashenko emphasized.

Earlier, it was reported that all the participants in the presidential elections in Belarus were determined.