The Belarusian dictator repeated the nuclear threats of the Kremlin leader, Vladimir Putin, towards Ukraine.
The self-proclaimed president of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, in a message to the parliament and the people, said that Ukraine cannot defeat a nuclear state.
The Belarusian dictator said that “now both sides understand that it is impossible to win. Moreover, because the Ukrainians believe that they will win – this is stupidity, it is impossible to defeat a nuclear state. If the Russian leadership understands that the situation is the fall of Russia threatens, the worst will be applied weapon”.
Lukashenka also noted that “there are agreements” on the front, and that the ongoing war is an exclusively political conflict.
In addition, the head of the Belarusian regime said that a “coup d’état” was being prepared in Belarus, and that they were allegedly trying to “draw the country into a war,” while he urged “to take the his word for it.”
According to Lukashenka, this is the reason why Minsk started negotiations with the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin on the placement of nuclear weapons in the country.
Remember, on March 25, the head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, said that Moscow agreed with Minsk on the deployment of tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of Belarus.
The press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus stated that the deployment of Russian nuclear weapons does not contradict international agreements, and that in recent years Belarus has allegedly “been subjected to unprecedented political, economic and informational pressure from the United States, Great Britain and their NATO and EU allies.”
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