Nothing wrong with Russia, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said. This opinion, as reported by the RBC, expressed the head of the State Duma Committee on CIS Affairs Leonid Kalashnikov, commenting on the statement of the Belarusian leader made during his address to the nation.
"As for his (Lukashenko – Ed. ed.) remarks in relation to the detainees, I believe that nothing offensive was said," said the MP.
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has ordered to investigate the situation with the detention in Minsk allegedly citizens of Russia, stating that Minsk "there is no purpose to discredit close to the country."
Earlier, the Belarusian media reported, citing a source in law enforcement bodies about the detention in Minsk "32 militants, foreign private company Wagner", and also about another detainee in the South. They all allegedly are Russian citizens. Thus, according to the messages previously received information about the arrival in Belarus ", more than 200 militants to destabilize the situation during the election campaign."