Lukashenko wants to discuss the situation in Belarus with Putin

The Belarusian leader said that he would not allow the implementation of the scenario of a color revolution in the republic.

According to BelTA, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said he was going to contact his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to discuss the situation in Belarus.

“We need to contact Putin so that I can talk with him now. Because this is already a threat not only to Belarus. You know, some Russians there, too smart, as I see, begin to shout: here, Belarus, this way, not that way… I want to say that the protection of Belarus today is no less than the protection of our entire space, the Union State, and an example to others… If the Belarusians fail, this wave will roll there. That is why they clung to us so much”, – the Telegram channel “Pool N3” quoted Lukashenko as saying.

According to the Belarusian leader, the Belarusian authorities see what is happening.

“We do not need to be lulled by peaceful actions and demonstrations. We see what is happening in the depths. We see this very well. And then, we read the manuals of color revolutions. Moreover, elements of external interference have already appeared in the textbooks of color revolutions. That is, what I said – in fact, according to the scenario, aggression against Belarus is unfolding”, – Lukashenko said.

“Those who roam the streets, most of them do not understand this. This is understood by those who coordinate and direct. And you see – sometimes they work professionally: staged shots, fakes. It turns out that they have already found a house in Moscow. Now I want to say publicly: if you find it, take it away. I have no property in Belarus, except for the official residence, where I live in the village. No, these are starting fakes. It turns out that I already left the country the day before yesterday, it turns out that I either died or fell ill. And it’s all spinning. For what? To create this petty mood among the people. Will not work. We must not allow this to happen”.


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