Russian media reported on the 19th that the European Council called for a new election in Belarus. A Russian government source said, “it sounds strange because Europeans refuse to supervise the election in Belarus, and only those who supervise the election can give an objective assessment. They did not monitor the election. ” < / P > < p > it should also be pointed out that this EU statement is “another manifestation of external pressure to try to intervene in the internal affairs of Belarus”. “Only those involved in monitoring the election are entitled to express their views on the election,” the source added German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on the 19th that the outside world should not be allowed to intervene in the situation in Belarus and pointed out that Belarus needs “national dialogue, which is the proposal of the opposition of Belarus”. Such a dialogue may take place with the participation of the OSCE. Earlier, on the 18th, at the proposal of France and Germany, Russian President Vladimir Putin talked with French President Marcon and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the same day. Russia’s leaders are not allowed to further escalate the crisis by exerting any pressure on Russia’s leaders. In addition, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov also spoke with German Foreign Minister Maas on the situation in Belarus on the 18th. The Russian Foreign Ministry said after a phone call between the two people that Russia has drawn the attention of Germany, the EU’s rotating presidency, to its attempts to undermine the internal stability of the “Russian brother countries” from outside. The president of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, accused the opposition of establishing a Coordinating Committee for the transfer of power in order to completely seize power, while the establishment of an alternative body aimed at seizing power should be subject to legal sanctions. At a meeting of the Russian National Security Council held on the 19th, Lukashenko said that western countries are still funding the country’s street protests and riots. He pointed out that “western countries have directly and openly announced fund-raising and sent funds to Belarus. We noticed. Of course, we can’t track all the money flowing into the country because a lot of it’s cash, but we’ve learned about it and are dealing with it. ” In addition, he called on Western leaders who met to discuss the situation in Belarus to pay attention to their own domestic problems first. “I suggest that the leaders of western countries put the French” yellow vest “and the serious riots in the United States on their agenda before accusing us,” Lukashenko said. First of all, I would like to consider the measures taken by other countries in Europe to protest against the blockade He said that foreign interference in the domestic situation of Belarus is unacceptable and that Belarus will fight back against it.