Lukashenko saw the threat of the “Union state”.
Saturday, August 15, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko at a meeting in Minsk spoke on the topic of public-political situation in the country. According to him, it is necessary to contact the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to RBC.
“We see what is happening. We don’t need to lull peaceful actions and demonstrations. We see that in the depth occurs. We very well see… That is what I said — in fact, the scenario unfolds aggression against Belarus. It is necessary to contact with Putin, President of Russia, so I could talk to him now,” — said the Belarusian leader.
He added that the protests in the country are a threat not only for Belarus.
“Because this is a threat not only in Belarus. You know, some Russians, I look there, too smart, people start to shout: here, the Belarus, not the commercials… I want to say that the protection for Belarus now is not less than the protection of all of our space, the Union state, and an example to others. If Belarusians will not stand, roll this wave there. So for us clung so” — said Lukashenko.