In the state Duma praised Lukashenka's statement about "fire to Vladivostok"

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.

Kalashnikov stressed that it was only "allegation" of Lukashenko, that a group of persons sent to destabilize the situation.

Russia, said the MP, not interested in destabilizing the situation in Belarus.

Alexander Lukashenko during his address to the nation and Parliament on Tuesday said that if Belarus will be destabilization and revolution, there will be a "fire to Vladivostok."

"Do not toss here nuclear weapons. Do not blow the situation, for burning the way to Vladivostok will be hard," he said ahead of presidential elections scheduled for 9 August.

Earlier, Lukashenko said that Russia is afraid of "losing" Belarus, as Moscow has, in his opinion, left a truly close allies.

The President noted that Belarus is not going to be friends "against someone", and Russia will remain a partner of Belarus.

Speaking about the situation with the detained citizens of Russia, who are considered employees of private military companies, Lukashenko said that they were allegedly deliberately sent to Belarus. "It's all a lie: about Istanbul, about Venezuela, about Africa and Libya.