Lukashenko did not receive support from Moscow and at a meeting with the generals announced his readiness for war

The President of Belarus was unable to enlist the support of Russia and offered to fight with the dissenting Belarusians.

The President of Belarus, during a conversation with the President of the Russian Federation, was unable to enlist the proper support from Vladimir Putin. Thus, according to the available data, Moscow considers the situation in Minsk to be an exclusively internal affair of Belarus and does not intend to intervene in it without any threat from outside.

“An appeal to Russia with a request to bring in troops does not mean anything yet. And Russia is still giving signals that it considers the events in Belarus to be an internal affair of our country, as it was in Armenia in 2018. After Lukashenko's conversation with Putin, the official Russian agency brought up the top news: "A council for the transfer of power has begun to be formed at Tikhanovskaya's headquarters.", - the Belarusian newspaper "Nasha Niva"

However, just a few hours later, the Belarusian leader, during a meeting with representatives of the Belarusian Defense Ministry, unexpectedly announced his readiness to start a war with citizens.

“I, as president and commander-in-chief, want to say that they are the ones who do this, troll today, threaten families, the military has reached the children, they simply do not understand what might happen. If there are men there, be men. If you want to fight, fight - please, but let's men with men "- said Lukashenko.

This statement caused even more indignation against the Belarusian authorities, in particular, military personnel and officers began to take to the streets of Belarusian cities, claiming that they support the people, which indicates the fact that the Belarusian authorities are starting to have very serious problems.