Recurrent disinformation narrative against Belarusian opposition member Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya and the Belarusian opposition powers in general.
Kremlin propaganda tries to present events in Belarus as anti-Russian. See similar examples here, here and here. On top, representatives of the Belarusian opposition are portraited as puppets of the West. Similarly, events in Belarus, where people are protesting against Alexander Lukashenko and falsified results of elections, are presented as a coup d’état supported by Poland (see example), Lithuania (see example), the US (see example) etc.
The Belarusian opposition aims to force authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko to leave his post. This aim is not against Russia. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya supports dialogue with Moscow. In her interview to “Radio Svoboda” (“Radio Freedom”), she says that the opposition wants to be in contact with all countries. Tikhanovskaya would like to meet Vladimir Putin and provide her view on events in Belarus. “We are neighbours, and we will keep relations in the future” said Tikhanovskaya about relations with the Russian Federation.
See similar examples of disinformation: Juan Guaido and Svetlana Tikhanovskaya are American and Western puppets; Tsikhanouskaya’s trip to Germany shows that Merkel is her handler (and Navalna’s); Svetlana Tikhanovskaya and the West force the people to go on the streets.