Lavrov about the statement Lukashenko: blasphemy

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov reacted harshly to the statement of A. Lukashenko that the incident with the Russian Embassy in Minsk on the Russian side of the hand.

The Russian Foreign Minister called blasphemous statement that the incident at the Russian Embassy in Minsk, the territory of which were thrown bottles "with a Molotov cocktail," could be involved in the Russian side.

"I do not want to comment on these blasphemous statements," — said Lavrov, answering the question Interfax on Friday in Baku.

The minister said he had "heard from the media that already has alleged a" footprint "is suspected." "Let's wait for the results of the investigation. I think they will be the best answer," — he said.

Evening of August 30, unknown people threw into the territory of the Russian Embassy two firebombs, damaging the car. A criminal case under article "hooliganism."

September 1st President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that law enforcement agencies will work closely version of Russia's possible involvement in the incident:

'Most likely, they probably needed the incident. To show that you can see what there Lukashenko, who almost gave himself the attack, as they call it. Scum and scoundrels. More I can not say anything. "


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