Russia will intervene if a popular armed uprising begins in Belarus in order to overthrow the regime of self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, said Dmitry Peskov, Putin’s press secretary.
Source: Russian state-owned news agency RIA Novosti
Quote: “This neighbouring country [Belarus − ed.] is our partner, ally and fraternal state. Naturally, the Russian Federation has obligations to ensure the security of Belarus, which we will do in the face of such an obvious threat. “
Details: He also called Poland a “hostile” state for Russia, as it is now allegedly “engulfed in russophobic hysteria”.
Peskov also stated that Poland supposedly “openly speaks of its intention to intervene directly, in particular by force, in the internal affairs of a neighbouring state”.
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