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Lukashenko Stated About Russian Interference In The Internal Affairs Of Belarus

Lukashenko Stated About Russian Interference In The Internal Affairs Of Belarus

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has announced interference in internal Affairs and elections in the Republic by the Russian Federation and Poland, and he plans to discuss this with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

"Are they (opponents of the government) pushing us to dishonesty such as they behave? There are puppeteers behind them. They are both on one side and the other. Both in Poland live, and from Russia throw up. We will discuss this with President Putin soon when we meet, but this situation is very difficult. State-of-the-art fake technologies are being used, there is interference from abroad in our elections and internal Affairs," Lukashenko said at a meeting on Thursday, as quoted by the State Agency BelTA.

"But we are not nuclear power. We can't take a nuclear warhead, wave, and shout, or talk about hypersonic weapons, which we will respond. We are an ordinary Central European country, peaceful, aimed at a quiet life. And we cannot threaten anyone in this regard," he added.

According to Lukashenko, "terrible fakes" are now spreading on the Internet. The authors of which, according to the President, want to discredit the Belarusian authorities. As one of the examples of such fakes, Lukashenko called the information published on the Internet that his son Viktor Lukashenko allegedly has more than 840 million dollars in his accounts in Switzerland.

"Send a letter to Switzerland via diplomatic channels: whoever wants to take this money, let them take it immediately," the Belarusian President said. He drew attention to the fact that information is simply falsified, and people who do not understand Bank documents believe such reports.

"Such fakes will be constantly. And we need to keep this in mind, live with it and fight it. By the way, it is tossed structures "babichevskaya," "nazarani" from Russia. It is not our country; this is information coming from Russia. Then they will apologize and remove it. But people have already got it into their heads, " the Belarusian leader said.