Kremlin: the situation in Belarus is under control. Russia does not need to send troops

Russia’s Kremlin said Monday it believes the situation in Belarus has been brought under control and there is no need to send Russian reserve forces to Belarus. Recently, Belarus has been plagued by protests. Russia’s Kremlin said on Monday it believes the situation in Belarus has been brought under control and there is no need to send Russian reserve forces to support Belarusian president Lukashenko, Reuters and other media reported. The Kremlin pointed out in a statement last week that Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a phone call with Belarusian president Lukashenko that Moscow is ready to provide military assistance to Belarus when necessary. However, Putin stressed that unless the situation gets out of control, there will be no deployment. < / P > < p > Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in a teleconference with reporters on the 31st that the Belarusian security forces and the country’s leaders are controlling the situation in a “quite sure way.”. < / P > < p > recently, there have been protests in Belarus over the presidential election. On the 29th local time, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia recognized the legality of the presidential election in Belarus held on August 9 and congratulated Lukashenko on winning the election. He also pointed out that the West’s “position on the results of the presidential election in Belarus is” prepared in advance. “. According to Lukashenko, NATO tanks and aircraft have been deployed 15 minutes away from the border with Belarus. “NATO troops are at our door. Lithuania, Latvia, Poland and Ukraine are ordering us to hold new elections. If there are new elections, the country will die. ” < / P > < p > Belarus held a presidential election on August 9. According to the data of the country’s Central Election Commission, current president Lukashenko won 80.1% of the votes. However, there were protests in Belarus that night. On August 15, Lukashenko pointed out at a meeting in Minsk that the recent riots in Belarus were caused by the interference of external forces, and said that he would discuss the steps to deal with the “Color Revolution” in the strategic command center of the Ministry of defense. Lukashenko believes that the current offensive is aimed at Belarus, but if Belarus can not hold fast, then this wave will sweep the alliance countries.