the Presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko will have the opportunity to talk separately, if the Belarusian leader on 30 June, will attend the opening ceremony of the memorial to Soviet soldiers in Rzhev. This was told RIA “Novosti” Putin’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov.
According to him, the President “would certainly be the possibility of a separate talk.”
earlier, foreign Minister of Belarus Vladimir Makei said that Lukashenko is likely to accept Putin’s invitation to visit June 30, the Tver region. Peskov said that the possibility of the visit being considered. Also, according to the Belarusian Minister, there will be a bilateral meeting.
Recall that on Thursday, Lukashenko said that Russia and Poland of interfering in the internal Affairs and elections in the Republic. “They (opposition — ed. ed.) that 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 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 Lukashenko.
Earlier in June, Lukashenko after the arrest of the former head of Belgazprombank and the candidate in presidents of Belarus Victor Babariko said that the authorities were able to thwart a large-scale plan to destabilize the Republic and the organization of the Maidan in the country with the participation of “foreign puppeteers”.
Sands replied that Moscow never interfered and plans to interfere in the electoral process in Belarus. So the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov commented on the recent statements of the Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko about “Russian puppeteers”, intervening in the internal Affairs of the Republic. Also Peskov said that such charges can be “answer”. Russia «never interfered, interfere or meddle in anyone’s electoral processes.” Especially if we are talking about the ally of Russia — Belarus, said Peskov.
He pointed out that Minsk did not lead arguments in connection with the accusations of “interference”, so should think about how these statements correspond to reality. To the question, what can be caused by these accusations, Peskov advised to ask those who put forward such accusations.
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