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Yuriy Feltshinskiy: Moscows next target will be Belarus

Lukashenka will exist as long as Putin allows him.

Such an opinion came from a Russian historian, PhD in philosophy and history Yuriy Feltshinskiy in an interview to a Polish newspaper Gazeta Polska Codziennie.

Moscows next goal will be to annex Belarus. Its ruler has no chances to survive independently. This means he will only exist as long as Putin allows him, - the expert believes.

The co-author of the books FSB blows up Russia and Corporation of Assassins emphasizes that Crimea is the first stage of Russias big plan, composed of several parts.

First of them is, of course, the accession of Ukraine to Russia. Second the accession of Belarus. Apart from that, lately the representatives of Russian authorities fairly often speak of the separatist Moldova region of Transnistria, - he points out.

In the historians opinion, Russia can take the territory of Belarus in very short time.

It will be very easy to arrange unrest in Belarus. Aliaksandr Lukashenka is not popular with the West, no one will protect him. He understands this himself, - he is convinced.

Feltshinskiy supposes that there is also a very dangerous situation in Latvia, where the Russian-speaking minority accounts for about 40% of the population. Asked, what can stop Putin, the historian said:

The same what could stop Hitler only force.

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