The posture of Russian President Vladimir Putin during negotiations with the head of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko suggests that he feels calm, confident and relaxed. However, the Russian leader is bored. This is evidenced by the fact that he does not look into the eyes of the interlocutor and moves his legs to pass the time. This opinion was expressed in a conversation with chernayakobra.ru by social psychologist Nailya Birarova.
The head of Russia listens to Lukashenka because he shows respect for him. Putin is open to dialogue - this is evidenced by the fact that his legs are spread out in different directions. However, at the same time, the Russian leader is bored and apathetic, because everything that Lukashenka says, he already knows - for him it is not very interesting and new. This is evidenced by the fact that the president is touching his tie - thus he is trying to catch his breath and distract a little from Lukashenka's speech, - Birarova told chernayakobra.ru.
As chernayakobra.ru previously wrote, Lukashenko expressed gratitude to Putin for the support from the Russian authorities against the background of the unrest after the elections in the republic. He promised to inform the Russian President about the protests in Minsk, which took place on 13 September.