What Lukashenka will be forced to give to Putin in exchange for help


In exchange for help keeping the Belarusian leader in power, the Russian president will likely demand that a number of important conditions be met. And the Kremlin will be able to keep Lukashenko - after all, Moscow once helped Bashar al-Assad, whose position was much more precarious. This opinion is shared by Russian war correspondent Dmitry Steshin.


Vladimir Putin at one time saved both the office and the life of the Syrian president, and in return Russia received very solid preferences - two military bases in the Mediterranean without paying rent. Moreover, the bases that complement each other - naval and aviation. Putin will also be able to save the head of Belarus. And he, too, will be forced to accept a number of offers, which are usually difficult to refuse. This may include a large military base, or even a couple of such facilities.

- noted Steshin.

According to the military commander, Lukashenka can hardly offer Russia anything else of value. Recognition of Crimea is no longer required the way it was needed in its time. The presence of Russian military bases in Belarus will discourage the West from playing games with locals. political elites.

Against this background, the story of the former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi looks interesting and instructive. He was cunning and two-faced, but the fate of the once all-powerful colonel is known - Russia chose not to save him

- Dmitry Steshin reminded.
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  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 14 August 2020 12: 05
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    "Probably he can, maybe he will need ... it will, maybe" ...
    A new kind of fortune tellers ...
  2. gorenina91 Offline
    gorenina91 (Irina) 14 August 2020 12: 29
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    What Lukashenka will be forced to give to Putin in exchange for help

    - Yes .., Lo ... - in any case ... - already a murdered politician ... - since he admitted that the Belarusian people began to send him ... - "to Russia", then it's a matter of seams ...
    - What to discuss a goose that was plucked; gutted; smeared with a mixture of honey, mustard and pepper; laid out from the inside with saffron and peeled chopped apples ... and ... and put it in the oven ... - to simmer for 3,5-4 hours ... - It remains only to periodically push this goose out of the oven and pour it on top with fat and juice, that this goose has melted ... and ... and wait for readiness ... - In short ... - enjoy your meal ... -Hahah ...
    - Well, Lo ... - in any case ... - is no longer a player ... - It's time for him to move to Moscow ...
    - And Belarus needs another leader today ... - Most likely, from the Communist Party of Belarus and ... and ... - from the Brest or Grodno regions ... - So ... - Then the unification of Russia and Belarus will take place without much difficulty ...
    - But whether our guarantor will agree to this ... is a big big question ... - So .....................
    - And Lo ... - that's all ... - waste material ... - he is like the Romanian Ceausescu, who at the end of his reign relaxed himself and relaxed his entire apparatus of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the KGB ... - And he ended very badly ... - So Lo shouldn't wait for "such an ending" and leave voluntarily ...
    1. Bulanov Offline
      Bulanov (Vladimir) 14 August 2020 13: 37
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      You, Irina, write directly after Julian Semenov: - "Himmler once said to Schellenberg:" That's it, Goering is over. Hitler will never forgive him for bombing Germany. "So, Stirlitz took Goring away because the Reichsmarschall had lost the real power that he possessed."
    2. Semens Offline
      Semens (Semen) 14 August 2020 22: 38
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      Lo = loshara?
  3. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 14 August 2020 14: 23
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    The presence of Russian military bases in Belarus will discourage the West from playing games with local political elites.

    Well, it didn't work in Armenia. Therefore, "they do not seek from goodness." And what kind of help is Steshin D. talking about? Everyone knew about these mass demonstrations in advance, and many hiccuped. Lukashenka is in full control of the situation.
    1. gorenina91 Offline
      gorenina91 (Irina) 14 August 2020 16: 06
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      Well, it didn't work in Armenia. Therefore, "they do not seek from goodness"

      - And in Armenia it could not work ... Armenians are only looking for gratuitous goods from Russia, and everything else does not concern them ... - Most likely the Russians are at the base, which is located in Armenia ... - they are sitting and do not seem to have a nose from this base ... - Probably, all leave leaves have been canceled. .. - otherwise our soldiers will not all return alive from these leave ... - Yeah ... - you will not envy ... our soldiers that are in Armenia ... - probably a year of service there is counted for two ...

      Lukashenko is in complete control of the situation.

      - Yes, it is unlikely that Law controls her there ...
      - It's just, most likely ... - many Belarusians really hope for Russia and don't want any clashes and pogroms ... - and try not to interfere in all these outrages; although they support Law ... - they think that Russia is about to introduce its troops and everything will calm down at once ...
      - They probably think that it will turn out like ... like in Crimea ... - the inhabitants of Belarus are counting on this ...
      - But, stupid Law himself did not create the prerequisites for such a situation ... - that's for sure - it was his fault ... that Russian military bases were not created on the territory of Belarus ... - Already Russian ... - tank, aviation shelves; as well as the Iskanders ... - could well have been placed in Belarus ... - And today everything would be much easier for Lo himself ...
      1. Michael I Offline
        Michael I (Michael I) 15 August 2020 08: 27
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        You are interesting. When you talk about the deployment of NATO bases in Poland, Romania, Hungary, do not forget to remind that in this way they automatically become targets for delivering strikes from Russia. It turns out that the Belarusians also need to fight back from this to the last, so as not to become a target for NATO missiles.
  4. Polente the Wanderer 14 August 2020 16: 41
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    Belarus counts on closer cooperation with Russian machine builders. President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said this at a meeting with the Governor of the Kaliningrad Region of Russia Anton Alikhanov on November 25. “On October 17, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko met with the Governor of the Novgorod Region, Andrei Nikitin.”
    “Belarus retains a great interest in direct contacts with Russian regions,” President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said on February 21 at a meeting with Governor of the Arkhangelsk Region of Russia Igor Orlov.

    ALL THE PROBLEM of our leaders is that the former republics conduct dialogues only with the heads of state, with the ministers of foreign affairs. All help, either in the form of direct money or through cheap resources, comes only through the top.
    And as a result, when they receive help from us, we are the dearest relatives for them, when we start to resent that we are not supported at least morally, then in response they tell us that we have, so-called relatives, OWN development path, vision, WE are an independent country.
    Each nationality of these former republics = independent states in Russia has its own diasporas, they are officially supported by these independent states. In fact, it is the fifth column.
    When something happens in these NGs (independent states), the Russians living there suffer first (they flee, leaving all their property, just to preserve their life and health).
    About the Russian diaspora, something is not heard.
    Hence the conclusion - it is necessary to conduct business with other states directly through the population - to provide grants, assistance in obtaining education, various cultural programs.
    1. _AMUHb_ Offline
      _AMUHb_ (_AMUHb_) 15 August 2020 00: 14
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      As for the seizure of Russian property in the USSR (up to the murder of the latter) by "fraternal peoples", you, my friend, are absolutely right, and whether historians have enough "honor and conscience" to describe them is a big question! Syndicity is observed all the time.
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  6. Base in Brest - and guns to Poland! Colossal!
  7. boriz Offline
    boriz (boriz) 14 August 2020 22: 30
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    Well, Lukashenka has already begun to merge, he has returned the "Wagnerites". A little earlier - the price of the gesture would be different ...
    And so - not only the base, but also the integration ...
  8. Andrey Gubin Offline
    Andrey Gubin (Andrey Gubin) 15 August 2020 05: 01
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    And what for us Lukashenko, who is only capable of extorting, not negotiating ?! Yanukovych ended badly ...
  9. Dmitry S. Offline
    Dmitry S. (Dmitry Sanin) 15 August 2020 09: 20
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    Panikovsky, drop the goose! - I can not! He's used to me.
  10. Cheburashk Offline
    Cheburashk (Vladimir) 16 August 2020 01: 54
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    Well, base is good, and two are even better. But in my opinion, the most important thing is how the people of Belarus will perceive it. There is no need to rush, you need to weigh everything very well, and knowing the value of Luke's words, then doubly weigh everything.