As stated in an interview with journalists Ukrainian political analyst Volodymyr Fesenko, Russia, in spite of all her anger Lukashenko, will not try to get rid of him as their presidential candidate, a fortiori given the close election campaign.
"Belarus — Ukraine and it is not necessary to understand that there there is no alternative to Lukashenka, so Russia would have to start to bring up the same alternative, and then to act "
According to Fesenko, on changes in Minsk, the Kremlin did not even provoke the Georgian head Mikheil Saakashvili, who is trying to play on the confrontation between Moscow and Minsk.
"But it is unlikely all grateful to the Georgian leader to the Minsk due to the lack of recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, worsen relations Lukashenko and the Kremlin. Indeed, despite the recent gas crisis, Belarus all the same went to the signing of the Customs Union ", — said Fyasenka.