MINSK, February 6. /TASS/. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Monday that foreign opposition was demonstrating its determination to commit various provocations and even serious terrorist attacks in the country, the news outlet Belarus Today reported.
"In Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine, they stand around the perimeter like hyenas snapping their teeth. There are not millions [of opposition supporters] there. Some list 2,000 people, others - up to 4,000, it doesn’t matter how many there are. But these quiet rebels just confirm their determination and their ability to do something here. Right up to the serious acts of terrorism," the head of state said, listening to a report from Prosecutor General Andrey Shved.
According to Lukashenko, the West’s reasoning is as follows: "we will give as much money" as there are people who support opposition. "And they are afraid that some of these people, and God forbid, the majority, will go to Belarus and apply to the commission [for those wishing to return]. Then there's no money either," the president noted.