NATO did with former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is worse than the Nazis came during the war, said President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko reporters Friday at the site in the Grodno region.
"NATO Special Forces carried out the seizure of the country's leader. He was abused, humiliated, shot a wounded, raped, twisted his head, arms twisted, and then zamordovali and tortured worse than the Nazis at the time "- said Lukashenko.
"The actions of NATO forces in Libya violated the mandate of the UN Security Council. I'm not exaggerating, "- he said.
"It is aggression, killed the country's leadership, not only Gadhafi," — said the President of Belarus.
"In Libya, will be even worse, because there are huge reserves of natural resources", — he said. In his view the U.S., Germany, France and Italy has a major stake in the privatization of Libya's wealth. At the same time, he said, the situation in Libya to the Western states themselves can become unmanageable.
"There may come to power is not entirely desirable for the people of the West and then they (the West) will not be able to manage," — said Lukashenko.
"The purpose of the West — to undermine the situation in Belarus"
Belarusian leader spoke about the situation in his country. In his view, the West is trying to undermine the situation in Belarus through various sanctions and assistance to media pressure.
"We were constantly under pressure, accused of lack of freedom of expression, pluralism. The goal of the West is visible to the naked eye: they need to destabilize the situation in Belarus, cut it off from active participation in international political processes, and then turn into the fold "- curled Lukashenko.
"We see how actively promote military infrastructure of western and northern neighbors near our borders," — said Lukashenko.
He called the disturbing factor is that in recent years "in some neighboring countries, regular briefings and special meetings with senior State Department officials and U.S. senators, ministers and politicians of the European countries, with a very provocative agenda".
"How to start a revolution in Belarus, how to change the constitutional order, and similar topics openly hostile" — continued the President.
"To underestimate these statements can not be", — said the President of Belarus.