President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that in the internal Affairs of the country and the race is outside intervention from Russia and Poland. He is going to soon discuss it with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The press-Secretary of Russian leader Dmitry Peskov said that Russia does not interfere in the electoral processes of their soyuznikov Lukashenka said that his opponents demand fair elections, but they are not being honest. “They who are pushing us to the dishonesty this how they behave? It is clear that there is behind them are puppeteers. They the one and the other. And live in Poland, and Russia throw. We talked about this with President Vladimir Putin talk shortly at the meeting, but this situation is very complicated. The most modern phony technology, is the intervention from abroad in our elections, internal Affairs”,— said the Belarusian leader at a meeting on personnel matters (quoted by BelTA).The President of Belarus, in particular, complained of a “terrible fakes” which are distributed through the messenger Telegram. “Today I was told (although it was long ago, no one was told) that one of my sons in Switzerland $840 million-Send through diplomatic channels a letter: who wants to take the money, even if will be taken immediately,” said Mr. Lukashenko. He added that people who do not understand banking documents, believe this information. “People do not understand what it is. These fakes will always. And we need to keep in mind to live with it and fight. By the way, it is tossed structures “babichevskaya”, “nazarani” from Russia. It is not ours, it comes from Russia information. Then they will apologize, withdraw. But people in the brain has catapulted it,”— said the President of Belarus.Alyaksandr Lukashenka on June 24 took part in the ceremony of Victory day parade in Moscow. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin invited his Belarusian counterpart on 30 June to take part in the opening ceremony of the memorial to Soviet soldiers near Rzhev. About what decision was made by Mr. Lukashenko, have not been reported. On 9 August in Belarus scheduled the presidential election. Alexander Lukashenko is running for a sixth term. The campaign is accompanied by a sharp political struggle. The Belarusian leader has stated about the prevention of “Maidan” in Minsk and “foreign puppeteers” behind his opponents (the main competitor — eks-the head of Belgazprombank Viktor Babariko — arrested on charges of financial crimes). During the protests in Belarus detained about 360 of opposition supporters.Read more about pre-election situation in Belarus in the publication “Kommersant” “the Thief should be in the list”.