“If Russia collapses…” Lukashenko’s confession – Fanny Weil sur LCI

Even in his own garden Vladimir Putin is scolded. A few hours before the glassy summit of the CSTO we see Nikol Pashinyan standing far from Vladimir Putin on the red carpet. There is a huge space between the two, while all the others are quite close. No one rushes to pose too close to Putin, no one wants to display their complicity with him.
We see the President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokaïev almost lecturing Vladimir Putin “It is time to seek a peaceful solution together” he said. “We cannot accept that the brotherly Russian and Ukrainian peoples are separated for decades or centuries by mutual grievances.”
Yet, Vladimir Putin’s most faithful ally, the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, cast the greatest chill when he wanted to support Vladimir Putin “If Russia wins, the CSTO will live. If, God forbid, Russia does not win, the CSTO will no longer exist. God forbid, Russia collapses; our place will be in the rubble.” Thus, Lukashenko evokes the collapse, the collapse of Russia.
Obviously, Russia no longer exercises its role as godfather in this garden. Yes, that was another grievance of CSTO member countries against Russia, which was unable to come to help the Armenian Prime Minister, who was conspicuously sulking throughout the whole meeting, was also unable to settle the dispute between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, which has failed to sign, in any case, formulate a joint declaration.
The biggest observation is that Russia has fallen from its pedestal.


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