The Kremlin announced the presence of direct and indirect external interference in the affairs of Belarus, reports TASS.
"I will not specify these forces, these countries," the press secretary of the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, told reporters, noting that "the Kremlin is concerned about this."
According to Peskov, the problems in Belarus should be solved by the Belarusian citizens themselves, through dialogue and staying in the right field.
“The presidents of the two countries are in constant contact, they often communicate with each other by telephone, exchange opinions,” he said.
At the same time, Peskov believes that a dialogue with the Belarusian opposition on the part of Russia or other countries would be interference in the internal affairs of Belarus.
The press secretary of the head of the Russian Federation said that the Kremlin is discussing this issue with the European Union and continues to consistently convey its position on the inadmissibility of external influence on events in Belarus.
Let us remind you that mass protests began in Belarus after the presidential elections held in the country, in which, according to the official data of the CEC, the incumbent head of the country, Alexander Lukashenko, won. According to the opposition, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya won.
President of the Council of Europe Charles Michel said that the European Union does not recognize the results of the elections held in Belarus and intends to impose sanctions against persons "responsible for falsification."