Chairman of the Russian State Duma Committee for International Affairs Konstantin Kosachev Alexander Lukashenko called the statement of the possible "Russian trace" in the attack on the Russian Embassy in Minsk "is not an appropriate status Head of State. "
"I'll leave these statements on the conscience of Mr. Lukashenko. I feel wrong to do what whatever statements at such a level as to this there is no bases. Engage insinuations, with talk of what might have happened at the level of permissible and politicians, and leaders of other areas, including journalists, but not at the level of heads of state, "- he said to" Interfax ".
According Kosacheva, "in Recently, a lot of said it was unfair to the Russian side Lukashenko, and while the Russian government does not admit that these statements in any way affect the substantive side of the Russian-Belarusian relations. "
Kosachev called on the Russian authorities not to succumb to "the provocation" and the Belarusian — to provide not commenting, and thorough investigation of the incident.