Official Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Moscow does not intend to interfere in political processes in Belarus, where he will hold presidential elections.
Official Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Moscow has no intention to intervene in the political processes in Belarus.
“We do not interfere in the internal Affairs of our closest ally and will not do further”, – said Peskov.
He emphasized that Moscow appreciates Belarus as a Union state and is interested in continuing the integration process with her.
As we reported earlier, in early July, Andrei Ivanov, a famous Belarusian political and public figure, took the initiative of holding a referendum on the question of possible unification with Russia.
And Valery Tsepkalo, the candidate in presidents of Belarus, acknowledged that the Kiev Maidan of 2014 does not compare with what these days and weeks happening in Minsk. According to him, the Maidan in Ukraine was outside the legal field, which was difficult to control.