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Lukashenko said he did not intend to "discredit close the country"

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko instructed to look into the situation with the detention in Minsk allegedly citizens of the Russian Federation and said that Minsk "there is no purpose to discredit close to the country."

Belarusian media reported, citing an unnamed source in law enforcement bodies that, under the Minsk detained "32 militants, the foreign private company Wagner", another was arrested in the South of the country. All of them, according to the Agency, the Russians. Thus, according to the report, earlier information was received of the arrival in Belarus ", more than 200 militants to destabilize the situation during the election campaign." On Wednesday evening the President of Belarus has called an emergency meeting with members of the security Council in connection with this arrest.

"If guilty, it is to this situation is to go with dignity. Not to blame – well, we have no purpose to discredit close to us the country," Lukashenka is quoted by Sputnik of Belarus.

According to the Agency, at the meeting a separate order of Lukashenka