Lukashenkoa said that he does not recall the historical truth as a reproach to someone. He believes that the neighbors are "given from God." And Belarusians strive for peace and friendship with neighboring states.
The head of state added that Belarus "does not open its mouth for someone else's loaf," as there are quite enough of its own lands.
“We have never encroached on someone else's loaf or a piece of land, we have enough of our own. We do not even remind them that Bialystok and Bialystochina are Belarusian lands, Vilnius is also a Belarusian city as well as the lands around,” Lukashenko said.
Ahat after the presidential elections in Belarus on August 9, 2020, mass protests took place in the Republic. The citizens of Belarus expressed disagreement with the results of the vote count: Alexander Lukashenko, according to the CEC, received 80.1% of the vote, his main opponent Svetlana Tsikhanouskaya - 10.1%.
The protests were accompanied by the detention of protesters.
For example, in March of this year, more than 1,000 protesters were detained. During this time, more than 490 administrative cases were considered in the courts.