President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko commented on the rallies that have continued in the country after the presidential elections. He noted that there are no revolutions and revolutionaries in the country. Lukashenko said this in an interview with foreign TV channels, which was broadcasted by 112 Ukraine.
"There is no smell of revolution here, because there are no revolutionaries. The driving force of these unrest is an external factor. The motive is clear: over a quarter of a century Belarus has built an effective model of a social state structure that allows defending national interests," said Alexander Lukashenko.
He added that in this way someone is trying to destroy the industrial potential of Belarus.
"Those who, in the post-Soviet period, themselves destroyed their production, are especially trying. We know that this is the right path to the collapse of the economy, the social protection system and to the impoverishment of the people. We have observed and are observing similar events in the territories of other republics of the former Soviet Union: Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova. I am sure that these technologies will soon be applied in Russia and in other countries of the Commonwealth," said Alexander Lukashenko.
Lukashenko noted that any revolution makes the state weaker and the "main remedy" for this is the expansion and deepening of ties in the spheres of economy, security and human communication.