Poland and Lithuania are the main sources of subversive activities against Belarus and Belarus-Russia union. The Belarusian crisis was to a large extent created artificially, the links go to Warsaw and Vilnius. Currently, they are attempting to deepen the political crisis in Belarus and involve as many EU countries as possible.
Belarus is part of Russia, not the Russian Federation, but the millennial homeland. Temporary independence does not change anything. […] An attempt to arrange a Maidan in Belarus has failed – although the unrest in Minsk and other cities will continue for some time… The mood for provocations and the next Euromaidan was obvious long before the elections – that is why Lukashenko was so nervous and even though he knew perfectly well that the game against him is being played by the West, he also believed in Russia’s involvement in possible provocations.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives about the all-Russian nation and Russian world/civilisation, and Western attempts to disrupt Belarusian-Russian relations. The claim contains multiple disinformation narratives. Above all, Belarus is a sovereign nation-state with a long history, which preserved its language, literature and identity, despite foreign rule for long periods. See an earlier disinformation case that Belarusians, Ukrainians and Russians are one nation here. Protests in Belarus erupted after thousands of people took to the streets to contest the results of presidential election in Belarus, that are considered fraudulent by a large part of society. Accusing the West of organising colour revolutions is a recurring pro-Kremlin narrative. The EU High Representative has declared that the 9 August elections were neither free, nor fair. See previous disinformation cases alleging that the EU continues to support a colour revolution in Belarus; the EU provoked a civil war in Ukraine, now it destabilises Belarus; Belarusian opposition wants to turn Belarus into the 51st state of the US.