Putin: Russia recognizes the legitimacy of the presidential election in Belarus

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 Putin: Russia recognizes the legitimacy of the presidential election in Belarus


According to Tass news agency, on the same day, Russian Presidents press secretary Peskov said that Putin had no plan to visit Belarus at present.

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(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }According to the Belarusian news agency, Belarusian president Lukashenko said on a visit to the northeastern city of olsa on the 28th that he and Putin believed that under the current circumstances, if Belarus and Russia were negligent, western countries might turn Belarus into a battlefield and a springboard against Russia, subvert the White regime and foster a new regime. Lukashenko said he and Putin agreed that in the event of an external invasion of Belarus, the two countries would use armed forces to jointly protect the western border of the Russian White Union. Belarus is the main force of the coalition forces, and Russia will provide support, but there are no Russian soldiers in Belarus. Belarus held a presidential election on August 9, and current president Lukashenko won by a high vote. On the night of the election, people held rallies in many parts of Belarus to protest the election process and results. At present, protests continue throughout Belarus. Source: Wang Ning, editor in charge of China News Network_ NB12468

According to the Belarusian news agency, Belarusian president Lukashenko said during an inspection tour in the northeastern city of olsa on the 28th that he and Putin believed that under the current circumstances, if Belarus and Russia are negligent, western countries may turn Belarus into a battlefield and a springboard against Russia, subvert the White regime and foster a new regime.

Lukashenko said he and Putin agreed that in the event of an external invasion of Belarus, the two countries would use armed forces to jointly protect the western border of the Russian White Union. Belarus is the main force of the coalition forces, and Russia will provide support, but there are no Russian soldiers in Belarus.

Belarus held a presidential election on August 9, and current president Lukashenko won by a high vote. On the night of the election, people held rallies in many parts of Belarus to protest the election process and results. At present, protests continue throughout Belarus.