Lukashenka: “We need to contact Putin, talk with him, because there is a threat not only to Belarus”

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that he needed to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the situation in Belarus, where mass protest actions have continued for the seventh day in a row.

“We need to contact Putin, the President of Russia, so that I can talk with him now. Because this is already a threat not only to Belarus. <…> The protection of Belarus today is no less than the protection of our entire space, the Union State, and an example to others. If the Belarusians fail, this wave will roll there, ”Lukashenka said.

According to Lukashenka, “manuals of color revolutions” are used in Belarus. In addition, the President of Belarus observes “elements of external interference” in the country. “We do not need to be lulled by peaceful actions and demonstrations. We see what is happening in the depths, ”Lukashenka said.

Vladimir Putin did not publicly comment on the protests in Belarus. It is not known whether he spoke to Lukashenka after the August 9 elections – nothing was reported. It is known that on August 10, Putin sent Lukashenka a telegram in which he congratulated him on his victory in the elections.

(c)MEDUZA 2020

7 comments

  • Uncle Luka, ex-president of BelaRus WANTS RUSSIAN TROOPS IN BELARUS! STAY TUNED!

    Liked by 5 people

  • англійський масон

    Showing the true colours of a dictator, don’t give the people what they want.

    Liked by 5 people

  • ASK YANUKOVYCH TO MAKE A COPY OF HIS LETTER TO PUTIN IN 2014, WITH THE SAME QUESTION!

    Liked by 4 people

  • This is getting interesting. Using the army to ‘protect’ ruSSian speakers is one thing, using it against peaceful protesters is another. I fear no matter how this ends, it will be ugly.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Inviting terrorists from another country to put down peaceful protestors is treason. I would hope that the EU, UK, or US would have a quiet word in Putin’s ear. “Move a muscle into Belarus, and we’ll cripple your economy”, but it’s wishful thinking.

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  • “We need to contact Putin, the President of Russia…”
    Luka, you must be quite desperate AND pathetic if you must call on this criminal dwarf for help.

    “The protection of Belarus today is no less than the protection of our entire space…”
    Of course, he means the protection of his position and his ass.

    “Vladimir Putin did not publicly comment on the protests in Belarus.”
    The rat is keeping a low profile, getting his little green storm troopers ready…

    Liked by 2 people

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