News

Enemy again ??? Lukashenko accused Russia of involvement in an attempt to overthrow the government in the country


Russia has become “bad” for Lukashenka again.

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that he had "hard facts" that the Western countries intend to overthrow the current state system in Belarus through the involvement of Russia. The Belarusian leader did not cite any "hard facts", however, this is another turn from Russia over the past four months and groundless accusations that have absolutely no reality underneath.

“Recently, Western states are very worried about the further development of Belarus, they are very worried and are building different schemes of influencing the Belarusian authorities and the president in order to overthrow the existing system. We got to the point where we are ready to involve Russia in this process. I am making this statement on the basis of ironclad facts "- said the Belarusian leader.

Earlier, shortly before the presidential elections in Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko had already announced the "ironclad facts" of the detention of members of the Wagner PMC in Belarus, accusing Russia of trying to stage a coup d'etat in the country, however, Russian citizens were released, and the Belarusian side did not even bring Russia no apologies for the fact of unfounded accusations.

“Lukashenka is a very“ interesting ”friend of Russia. At first, he declares an unshakable friendship, but after a few months, weeks or even days, he declares the opposite. It is easy to imagine what such cooperation between the two countries could result in ”, - emphasizes the specialist.

Lukashenka is uncontrollable and insane. It seems to me that it is time for him to think about his future. Anyway. After all, he still has instincts?

Author, you are wrong. Lukashenko does not blame Russia, he only said that the West, through provocations, tried to embroil Russia and Belarus. He meant a provocation with allegedly Russian people who were deceived into Belarus and handed over to the KGB of Belarus.

Pages

.
upstairs