If there will be attempts to destabilize the situation in Belarus, “to Vladivostok will be hard,” said the President of the Republic Alexander Lukashenko.

According to him, Belarus has decided to work out a “color revolution” based on new information technologies, but nothing will come of it. “We just decided, strong monolithic society to work out these “color revolutions” with the new information technologies. Will not work,” Lukashenka said, adding that while the “managerial hierarchy strong and enjoys the confidence of the people, to shake impossible.”

“We have always lived here in peace, do not toss is the nuclear weapons do not explode the situation, for burning the way to Vladivostok it will be difficult,” – said Lukashenko, RIA “Novosti”.

Lukashenko urged to keep the peace in Belarus. “We need to protect young people from harmful actions. Anything these puppeteers will not work! Just hurt our people,” he said.

“Stay out of my way. Let’s save the country!”

The President of Belarus noted that “the most important thing is the preservation of peace and order in our land,” so that young people could get an education, raise families and give way in life to new generations.

“the future belongs to you, but believe me, it is better to learn from others’ mistakes rather than their own. So please, keep the mind cool under what pretext you are not involved in political games,” – said Lukashenko.

We will remind, Russians detained in Belarus and charged with involvement in the private military company Wagner was arrested on August 1. According to Lukashenko, in Belarus detained citizens of Russia “told all”.

The Secretary of security Council of Belarus Andrei Ravkov told about the “formation” in Russia between the two groups, which would be abandoned in the Republic to “make a revolution”.

At the same time, writer and politician Zakhar Prilepin said that the Belarusian authorities wanted about 170 alleged foreign fighters of the private military companies have already left the Republic and are located in a third country.