As reported by “BelTA”, this he said June 29 at a meeting with activists of the Minsk region.
“The elections will be very interesting, and after the election will be even more interesting. I promise you,” said the Belarusian President.
He also accused the opposition of trying to destabilize the country and assured that he will not allow it.
The presidential elections in Belarus to be held on 9 August this year. One of the main opponents of Lukashenka – banker Victor Babariko – was taken into custody June 18, a day before the deadline, which is given to collect signatures for the candidate. Belarusian law enforcers accused him of financial crimes.