Lukashenko betrayed Russia in 2014


Until 2014, Kiev and Minsk competed among themselves for various transit flows between Moscow and Brussels. But after the Maidan won in Ukraine and the nationalists came to power in the country, unleashed a war in the Donbass, Belarus became a monopolist, connecting the European Union and Russia.


After the EU imposed restrictions on Russia due to reunification with Crimea, and Moscow took countermeasures in response, a real “golden rain” poured on Belarus. Even the expression “Belarusian Sea” appeared due to the abundance of seafood that Minsk sent to Moscow.

In gratitude to Russia, Belarus refused to recognize Crimea as Russian and became Kiev’s most important trading partner, supplying APU with scarce fuel for armored vehicles, and the necessary components purchased from the Russians to the Ukrainian military-industrial complex.

Since then, the leadership of Belarus in the person of President Alexander Lukashenko has regularly criticized Russia and has been flirting with the West in every way, diversifying its “independence”. On August 9, 2020, presidential elections are due to take place in Belarus, and Lukashenko’s rhetoric against Moscow has become even harsher.

July 3 on the Public Service Channel News In the Zoom-conference mode, a round table was held by the Coordinating Council of Non-Profit Organizations of Russia (CC NPO) on the topic: “Belarus between East and West: the main vectors of the election campaign”. A large number of experts, political scientists, historians, social activists and scientists tried to figure out what was happening.


Historian Alexander Cheremin believes that in 2014 Lukashenko betrayed Russia and is now trying to flirt with the West and China, hoping for dividends.

In the years 17-18, emissaries from Europe and the USA began to come and indicate to certain circles in Belarus what they should lead policies. There were events that reminded me of 2013 in Ukraine

- explained Cheremin.

Political analyst Aleksei Mukhin, in turn, is confident that Moscow is carefully and wary of Minsk’s movements.

In general, the West, despite its open arms, does not trust Lukashenko. A feature is the seemingly reverent relationship with Mike Pompeo. I can say that Alexander G. is in great danger if he hopes for the loyalty of this person

- warned Mukhin.
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  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 4 July 2020 11: 16
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    And, again, an idiotic old man.
    The USSR itself collapsed in the 91st, capitalism in the yard, Old Man makes money on everything, like the Kremlin.
    1. commbatant Offline
      commbatant (Sergei) 4 July 2020 22: 27
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      Quote: Sergey Latyshev
      Ah again idiotic Fatherland.

      Firstly, this is a medical term, and secondly, who needs it to merge it, he would be happy to merge, but apparently senior comrades both from the West and from the East ...

      The USSR itself collapsed in the 91st

      Definitely, a bunch of starters, even the Emergency Committee could not hold ....
      Why did the President of the Russian Federation come to Belovezhskaya Pushcha? It’s understandable why it is necessary to ruin the Union. The presidents of the former Union came ... looking at the current living standards of the countries of the first presidents of the former USSR and BSSR, it is not clear ....

      capitalism in the yard, Old Man makes money on everything, like the Kremlin.

      That's right. Only now the Kremlin does not make money to the detriment of Belarus ...
      1. Sergey Latyshev Offline
        Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 4 July 2020 23: 58
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        1) There is a narrow, medical, term, but there is a broad interpretation, life.
        2) To whom it is not clear, but to whom it is clear .... Authorities, authorities all want ...
        3) Who told you this? Kremlin? But Fatherland believes exactly the opposite ....
        They didn’t want to reduce duties, but to pay more for chemistry in oil - they just made money for Belarus.
        Money doesn’t smell-s, capitalism-s ...
        1. A.Lex Offline
          A.Lex (Secret information) 5 July 2020 11: 13
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          They didn’t want to reduce duties, but to pay more for chemistry in oil - they just made money for Belarus.

          Sergey, after all, by commenting earlier you said:

          capitalism in the yard, Old Man makes money on everything, like the Kremlin.

          So what are the complaints? You really "either remove the cross, or put on your underpants!"
          1. Sergey Latyshev Offline
            Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 5 July 2020 15: 23
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            Are you kidding me? I’ve never seen a “dad” in my life. What could be the claim.

            They make money .. On Belarusian shrimp, supplies to Ukraine, the Russian Federation and Europe.
            And ours do. Deliveries to Ukraine, the USA, Turkey and the BR itself.

            Just read carefully.
            1. A.Lex Offline
              A.Lex (Secret information) 5 July 2020 18: 58
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              ... minus not from me, by the way ..
              no ... this is your claim ... and we just live ... and EVERYTHING REMEMBER ... including those who at a certain time turned out to be worthless as an ally.
              1. Sergey Latyshev Offline
                Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 5 July 2020 22: 49
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                To claim claims is the destiny of the crafty.
                Small cons are the lot of honest people.

                “As an ally” - someone scolds (Urya-media better than Lukashenko knows how to steer Belarus), while others praise: For the purchase of Russian weapons, Russian gas, oil, industrial achievements, etc. Only this is not urya-media usually, but profile ..... Well, Putin "dad" is happy to shake hands, sort of.
  2. kot711 Offline
    kot711 (vov) 4 July 2020 18: 05
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    But what is going on, they betray all the Kremlin. Only the author, apparently, is not aware that the valiant sber in Ukraine works, but not in the Crimea. It can be seen that he is also cheating. The author, and who recognized Poroshenko, is it really Putin?
    1. commbatant Offline
      commbatant (Sergei) 4 July 2020 22: 15
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      Quote: kot711
      But what is going on, they betray all the Kremlin.

      Are you surprised? In vain. In this life, all betray each other. RB differs, for example, from other countries that betrayed the Russian Federation in that, unlike others, it is the largest debtor to the Russian Federation. I hope that a truly anti-Russian president will come to power in Belarus (neither the current president of the Republic of Belarus, nor other presidential candidates of the Republic of Belarus can be called pro-Russian, otherwise the Russian Federation will continue to provide financial assistance to the Republic of Belarus, while wiping off spits from the Republic of Belarus ... .
      The choice for the Russian Federation is small or at the head of the Republic of Belarus will continue to be a prostitute (Yanukovych No. 2), or some pro-Western (Zelensky No. 2), who will carry out the will of the "Washington Regional Committee" do not care about the people of Belarus ....

      Only the author, apparently, is not aware that valiant sber in Ukraine works, but not in the Crimea.

      What is the Russian rule of law, according to which the Government and / or the President of the Russian Federation can force

      valiant sber

      work in Ukraine or, for example, in the Congo?

      It can be seen that he is also cheating.

      When it seems - it is necessary to be baptized.

      and who recognized Poroshenko, is it not Putin?

      Quite right, like Zelensky ... Apparently, in your opinion, it was necessary to terminate all economic and diplomatic relations with Ukraine ...?
      1. kot711 Offline
        kot711 (vov) 5 July 2020 11: 23
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        Do you think the guarantor, well, or nullified, is sitting in the Kremlin for furniture? There is only one norm - the interests of the country. If he cannot provide it, then why is he needed? By the way, I didn’t even mention the words, it seems that you seem to be bored - you invent and discuss them yourself. And about the breakdown in economic relations - if your interests are ONLY focused on making a profit, then the country's development is not included in your priorities.
      2. Bitter Offline
        Bitter (Gleb) 5 July 2020 12: 33
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        neither the current president of the Republic of Belarus, nor other candidates for the presidency of the Republic of Belarus can be called pro-Russian

        So far, pro-American, too, doesn’t seem to be hanging in independence. good

        What is the Russian rule of law according to which the Government and / or the President of the Russian Federation can force valiant sber to work in Ukraine or, for example, in the Congo.

        They can’t force, but completely recommend.
        Congo, for a moment, is obviously not the territory of Russia, but Crimea, on the regional map of Sberbank, apparently does not exist either. Although, of course, it is possible that the region is simply not developed enough for such a giant as Sberbank, and the game is not worth the candle. Whether business Ukraine - expanse and partners welcome.