“There are Russians too”: Lukashenka told where they are leading the protests in Minsk

During the demonstrations of those who disagree with the results of the presidential elections in Belarus, based on exit poll data, the protesters were led from the UK, the Czech Republic and Poland. On Monday, August 10, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko told about this to BelTA.

We tracked phone calls from abroad. Our "sheep", who do not understand what they are doing, were led from Britain, Poland and the Czech Republic - from there many threads run. What I said is confirmed. But I warn you that we will not allow any "Maidan" in Minsk. Let everyone calm down already - we will not let the Republic break up

- said the head of the Belarusian state at a meeting with the head of the CIS Executive Committee, head of the observer mission Sergei Lebedev.

Lukashenko did not forget to mention the citizens of Ukraine and Russia, who undermined the situation in Belarus on election day:
I'm not even talking about Poland - many of our ill-wishers have settled there. I'm not talking about Ukraine either - people came from there too. They have enough fans of "Maidans", this is their state policy... But with regret we have to mention Russian citizens - there was an influx of people from the Russian Federation

- stressed the leader of Belarus.

On August 9, mass protests took place in the capital and some other cities of the country, which resulted in clashes with security officials. As a result, about 3 thousand people were detained, some demonstrators and law enforcement officers were injured.
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  1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 10 August 2020 20: 13
    The stake was on the post-election "Maidan", but Belarus prepared itself according to the lessons of Ukraine. An interesting omen, the most active "Maidanists" wore white stripes (ribbons) on their wrists, obviously due to the direction from behind the hillock (they once invented white ribbons on our chests, but the answer was patriotic St. George.) Such foreign provocateurs should be detained and tried in Belarus, to be judged by real terms and sent home for an oddsidka, i.e. to RF, Ukraine, etc ...
    1. King3214 Offline King3214
      King3214 (Sergius) 11 August 2020 03: 30
      Have EU or US citizens ever been detained in Belarus?
      After all, they are demigods, at least.
  2. Badger Offline Badger
    Badger (Dmitriy) 11 August 2020 10: 07
    I have no doubt about it. Paid liberal and stupid bulkheads could well be. The game is larger here than in Khabarovsk.