Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has assured that the Belarusian secret services intercepted a conversation between Berlin and Warsaw, which revealed that the accusations made by the Angela Merkel government about the poisoning of Alexei Navalni are in fact a “fake”.
Lukashenko passed it on to Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishushin during a meeting between the two of them in Minsk. In a conversation recorded by the cameras, the Belarusian president promised to hand over the recording of the alleged call to the Russian security services, according to the Sputnik agency.
According to Lukashenko, the call came before Merkel’s government said on Wednesday that there was “clear” evidence that the Russian opponent was poisoned and “clearly shows that he is a fake,” according to Russian news agency Sputnik.
The Belarusian President, who did not clarify the interlocutors in the conversation, confirmed that “a group of specialists prepared some facts for Merkel and her government” and that the ultimate goal was to convince Russian President Vladimir Putin for his support for the Conversation to punish government of Belarus in full political crisis.