The head of the State Duma Committee on CIS Affairs Leonid Kalashnikov said the words of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko that if in the country there will be destabilization and revolution, there will be a “fire to Vladivostok.” About it writes RBC.
According to Kalashnikov, nothing offensive to Russia, Lukashenka said. The head of Committee of the state Duma said that Moscow is not interested in destabilizing the situation in Belarus.
4 August, Lukashenko during his address to the nation and Parliament threatened to fire “to Vladivostok”, if in Belarus will be destabilization and revolution. He called ahead of presidential elections scheduled for August 9, not “throw nuclear weapons” and not “explode the situation”.
Who is running for a sixth term Lukashenko believes that the opposition plans to organize a revolution. He complained of foreign interference in the election campaign by “foreign puppeteers” and warned that the country may lose part of its territory. The President noted that Belarus is not going to be friends “against someone”, and Russia will remain a partner of Belarus.