Performers of the “Orange Revolution” in Belarus have failed. An attempt was made to implement a pre-designed programme against Belarus, which in such cases, be it Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine or the Arab countries, is immediately launched. The programmes are the same, in some cases they have peculiarities, unique developments conditioned by them. Nowadays, the technologies of the” orange revolution “are also developing. In Belarus, for example, there was no prominent opposition leader, but instead there were various directions of mass demonstrations directed from abroad, which was a novelty in the case of Belarus.
This is part of an ongoing Russian disinformation campaign on Belarus based on recurrent pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives, such as accusing other countries of interference and portraying popular protests against electoral fraud in the country as a Western-led colour revolution.
There is no evidence that the West is trying to destabilise the situation or create a coup in Belarus.