Is Minsk at odds with Moscow? Alexander Lukashenko denies Putin's version

During Tuesday's speech, the Lukashenko suspects initially tried to travel to Belarus, where they faced heavy security measures. As a result of these actions, he says, they turned around and drove towards the Ukrainian-Russian border area.

The claims contradict Moscow's official claims, which say the men were caught while driving towards Ukraine, which was their aim from the start.

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A bloody attack on Krasnogorsk. Lukashenko denies the allegations

Lukashenko also spoke about his phone conversation with Putin, during which the Russian leader reportedly asked Belarus for help in cutting off the suspects' escape route. All this he says in response to criticism that Putin took 19 hours to address the public after the attack on Crocus City Hall.

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