Lukashenka unveils secret ‘Warsaw-Berlin’ call

ONT TV channel has published a recording of a conversation between two people, which the authorities call a “radio interception of the Warsaw-Berlin talks.”

At a meeting with the prime minister of Russia Mikhail Mishustin Alyaksandr Lukashenka declared that the Belarusian intelligence had allegedly intercepted negotiations of Warsaw and Berlin from which it follows that Alexey Navalny hadn’t been poisoned.

“Yesterday or the day before yesterday, I don’t remember for sure, before Merkel’s speech, we intercepted a conversation. As far as we understand, it was Warsaw talking to Berlin. Two people get connected. The call was intercepted by our electronic military intelligence. Because there are units deployed there, and we, of course, are also fighting the NATO in the radio sphere. Thus we intercepted an interesting conversation, which (I’ll let you read it, we’ll prepare and send it to the FSB) clearly shows that this is a falsification. There was no poisoning of Navalny,” Lukashenka said.

In a recording released on September 4, two unknown individuals speak in English. It is not explained who these people are. But voices say it doesn’t matter if Navalny was really poisoned because “there is a war going on,” and “all methods are good in war.” Allegedly, the purpose of the story with Navalny’s poisoning is to “stifle Putin’s desire to poke his nose into the affairs of Belarus.” As for Lukashenka, unknown voices call him a “tough nut” and say that “officials and the military are loyal to the president.”

Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny collapsed and was hospitalized on August 20. He was later transported to Germany, where experts found traces of substances from the Novichok group in the skin, blood and urine samples of the politician.