Lukashenko announced the agreement with Putin on the issue of safety
Alyaksandr Lukashenka revealed details of telephone conversations with Vladimir Putin, and noted that the Russian leader agreed to assist Belarus when asked about security.
The Belarusian leader reminded of the existence of the agreement between Moscow and Minsk in the framework of the Union state and the CSTO.
"Just those moments fit into this contract. So today with the President of Russia, I had a long, detailed conversation about the situation," - said Lukashenko.
He admitted that he was surprised, because Putin, he said, was entirely devoted to what is happening in the country.
"And we agreed: at first our request will be provided full assistance for the security of the Republic of Belarus", - concluded the President.
Lukashenko said that he also agreed with Putin on cooperation to prevent the creation of a "cordon countries" between Russia and the West.
"We don't want to be latrine and someone in sanitation, to be sanitary cordon", - said the President.
Talks between the two leaders took place this morning.
Commenting on Lukashenka's words about the agreement with Putin, press Secretary of the collective security Treaty Vladimir Zainetdinov explained that Belarus can apply for help to the CSTO, if the defense of the Republic is threatened by external danger.
However, he said that the Minsk until no requests are received. If the authorities turn for help to the organization, the CSTO will consider the appeal in the prescribed manner.
"The grounds of appeal prescribed in the collective security Treaty and the Charter of the organization. General principle: all decisions are taken after appropriate consultations with all member States of the CSTO", he concluded.
In Belarus, the ninth of August, presidential elections were held, which, according to the CEC, Aleksandr Lukashenko won 80 percent of the votes, his main rival Svetlana Tikhanovski ten percent.
The opposition published results are not recognized, however, Tikhanovski left the country and moved to Lithuania.
Belarus continues unauthorized actions, some of which are suppressed by the security forces. Against the protesters used tear gas, water cannons, stun grenades, and rubber bullets.
According to official figures, delayed about seven thousand people. As reported the Ministry of internal Affairs of Republic, during the riots injured hundreds of people, among them 103 law enforcement officer. One protester, according to the interior Ministry, was killed while trying to throw the police improvised explosive device.