Lukashenko declared plans for runaway oppositionists to destabilize Belarus

The representatives of the Belarusian opposition left abroad developed a new plan for destabilizing the country. The President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, announced this at a joint meeting of the Constitutional Commission and the Working Group on the refinement of the draft Constitution, “Sat. Belarus today.”

According to him, the main goal of running is to prevent the adoption of changes to the constitution with subsequent mass protests. The Belarusian leader stressed that thereby oppositionists seek to get financing from the West again.

“Well, this is a complete. Those who shouted the most about change and that you need to be almost removed this president, break, kill, and so on, they shouted today: and this is not necessary,” Lukashenko noticed.

/Media reports.