The political scientist explained how Lukashenka prevented the Czech Republic, Sweden and Austria?

Russian political scientist, candidate of historical sciences, associate professor of the Russian State Humanitarian University Vadim Trukhachev tried to find out how the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko prevented the Czech Republic, Sweden and Austria.

The expert wondered why the small countries of Europe, which are not recognized "European players", suddenly took up arms against the official Minsk. The study was published by the newspaper "Sight".

The position of Poland, Lithuania, France and Germany initially did not raise questions from the author. Warsaw and Vilnius have long and firmly been the "rear" of the Belarusian opposition, and Berlin and Paris are the recognized leaders of continental Europe. But Stockholm, Vienna and Prague, which, as it turned out, pursue purely “selfish” interests, are concerned about the fate of the Belarusians.

The third largest center of the Belarusian opposition in Europe is located on the territory of the small Czech Republic. He has been doing great since 2009, after the meeting of the Eastern Partnership countries was held in Prague. Czech Stefan Fule, who served as Commissioner for Enlargement, devoted a whole five-year period to developing a “common European” approach to Belarus. The current leaders of the Czech Republic literally in unison condemned the "violence against peaceful protesters" in Minsk. But behind the words of the Czechs about the "Slavic brothers" there is an elementary struggle with a competitor on the European and other markets. Dismantling the industrial potential of Belarus will have a positive effect on the Czech Republic's trade balance. That is why “Belarusian democracy” is welcomed in Prague.

As for Sweden, the head of the Swedish Foreign Ministry, Russophobe Carl Bildt, was one of the co-authors of the Eastern Partnership. It was he who in 2012 organized a "plush landing" on the territory of Belarus from neighboring Lithuania. After that, in Melme, Sweden, all participants in the action were awarded prizes for the protection of human rights. As a result, Minsk stopped diplomatic communication with Stockholm for some time. In 2015, the Swedish Nobel Committee awarded the prize to Svetlana Aleksievich, an ardent opponent of Lukashenko. And so, Stockholm joined the chorus of those condemning Minsk. At the same time, Sweden is a large industrial center and also competes with Belarus in various markets. Therefore, the interest of the Swedes in the “democratization” of the Belarusians is obvious.

At the same time, Austria, criticizing Lukashenko on behalf of the EU, is trying to pull over “political blanket". Vienna seeks to play an important role in determining the EU's foreign policy. Therefore, it is not surprising that the Green Party, which is part of the ruling coalition with the People's Party of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, decided to invite Svetlana Tikhanovskaya to the “bride show” in Vienna. Austria views Belarus as a future market for its products, while Vienna is proposed to be made a negotiating platform. However, Vienna will not be an impartial arbiter, since for Austria the promotion of the Eastern Partnership is a priority, and Lukashenka is hindering these plans.
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  1. Yuri Mikhailovsky (Yuri Mikhailovsky) 30 August 2020 16: 52
    They ordered and broke off the chain ... That's the whole secret ...
    1. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 30 August 2020 23: 39
      Not all. They ordered and paid. So it will be more accurate.
  2. beeper Offline beeper
    beeper 30 August 2020 17: 31
    We are waiting for the same vehement condemnation of the Czech Republic, Sweden and Austria by the "impartial fighters for international democracy" of public manifestations of outrageous arbitrariness and violence (towards peaceful demonstrators, including Austrian citizens and international journalists who covered the events, right on the steps of the Reichstag building, before our eyes the entire "world community"!) of the German police in the very center of the German capital - Berlin, on Saturday, August 29! smile
    If this condemnation of such a "non-democratic" violent dispersal of the Berlin people's will by the German authorities does not follow, then there is an obvious anti-Belarusian bias and the hypocritical "policy of double standards" by the authorities of the Czech Republic, Sweden and Austria!
    1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex 31 August 2020 16: 53
      Engagement and hypocrisy are present anyway.
  3. 123 Offline 123
    123 (123) 30 August 2020 17: 43
    at the same time, they propose to make Vienna a negotiating platform.

    Let them talk in formation and talk, gather, talk, a buffet table, Sveta will speak before them, they will angrily condemn something, they will passionately call for something and go home. Nobody is going to arrange negotiations with them.
  4. Rusa Offline Rusa
    Rusa 30 August 2020 20: 03
    Dogs bark, the wind wears.

    The Belarusian Maidan is covered with a copper basin and the western "partners" can only bark.
  5. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 30 August 2020 20: 07
    How many more countries are waiting for their political scientists, sleek and polished ...
    Chile, Serbia, Myanmar and especially Honduras ... what are they up to about the dad?))))
  6. King3214 Offline King3214
    King3214 (Sergius) 30 August 2020 22: 45
    Sasha started playing in rich vector with a western bias ...
    And history teaches nothing - "Well, Sasha, did your Poles help you?"
  7. ImPerts Offline ImPerts
    ImPerts (Igor) 31 August 2020 04: 55
    I don’t like Lukashenka, since he started a multi-vector illness and I understand that the Belarusian miracle is without Russian, including mine, 133 billion dollars. would not have happened. It's like in Poland - upsurge and growth by leaps and bounds, but instead of yeast, EU 200 billion.
    But ... Here it even became insulting for him.
  8. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 31 August 2020 08: 39
    Moreover, Sweden is a large industrial center.

    It will switch to American LNG and immediately cease to be such a center!
    And the Czechs, when Liechtenstein demands that they give up their lands illegally seized after World War II, will they run to Russia to complain to protect them? Most likely, Russia will just wash its hands ...