law enforcement agencies of Belarus instructed not to prevent the implementation of ideas vystroeny human chain of “indifferent” people from Vilnius to Kiev. This was stated by President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, the message on the website of the President.
“You see not only a statement of these States that are West of us, not just their proposal. <...> They want to build “lancp” from Vilnius to Kiev … and collect there more than 300 thousand people”. Little Avenue in Minsk concerned with flowers and chains…” — said Lukashenko urged the Ministry of defense, Ministry of interior and the KGB, the Prosecutor’s office to prevent such a scenario, and at the same time to assess those actions. He also ordered to transfer airborne brigade from Vitebsk to Grenoble.
According to Lukashenko, after the collapse of the Soviet Union was an attempt to create a Baltic-black sea region — zone in the face of the three Baltic States, Belarus and Ukraine to separate Russia from the West. “But everything would be fine, but we don’t want to be latrine and someone in sanitation, to be sanitary cordon”, — said Lukashenko.
on the Eve of a telephone conversation Lukashenko and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin during which they discussed the situation in Belarus, including protests.
Recall that in Belarus for nearly a week, held mass protests, they are accompanied hard by arrests, beatings of protesters and attacks by security forces on passersby and cars. Injured several hundred people, there are victims. The protests began after the announcement of results of elections of the President of Belarus, which took place on 9 August. According to official data of the CEC, the elections were won by Alexander Lukashenko: it is the election Commission has counted more than 80%, and his rival from the opposition Svetlana Tikhanovski — only 10%. However, witnesses and observers reported fraud in the areas. She Tikhanovski said that nabRahl at least 70%, and the results of voting are forged. The day after the election, she left Belarus and now is in Lithuania.