Minsk, Belarus, Mar 16 (Prensa Latina) Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko denounced that foreign citizens are seeking to enter the country to destabilize the March 19 elections.
Lukashenko warned that observers from Georgia, financed with US money, want to enter the Republic without authorization, similar to attempts in nearby countries, but assured the government can control the situation.
The president, who is running again against three other candidates, said the government has the conditions to defend the people.
Political analysts recalled that Ukraine and Georgia have been promoting bringing "democracy" to other former Soviet republics through NGOs financed by the US Soros Foundation and others backed by European governments.
Nikolai Lozovik, secretary of the Belarus central electoral commission, said the government did not need the presence of spies or provocateurs.
More than seven million people will vote in the presidential elections in Belarus this year.