Lukashenko said that Ukraine “offers” Belarus to conclude a non-aggression pact

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According to the self-proclaimed president, the West has not abandoned its plans for Minsk, while Kyiv “continues to train militants and extremists.” Belarus is also threatened by Poland and Lithuania, the dictator believes.

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Alexander Lukashenko said that Ukraine allegedly offered Belarus to conclude a non-aggression pact. He said this on January 24 at a meeting on the socio-political situation and the state of crime in the country, the Belarusian state agency BelTA reported.

“The West has not abandoned its plans regarding Belarus, Ukraine continues to train militants and extremists. I don’t know why Ukrainians need it. On the one hand, they ask us not to fight with Ukraine in any case, so that our troops don’t move there. Pact they propose to conclude non-aggression, but on the other hand, they prepare this explosive mixture and arm them,” the dictator said.

According to Lukashenka, the security of Belarus is also threatened by Poland and Lithuania.

“Therefore, we are forced to react harshly. We have enough issues around the perimeter – both in the airspace and on the ground, the green border. We have enough problems there. God forbid, keep all this,” he continued.

Lukashenko also seeks to toughen the situation inside the country and promises a tough reaction to the actions of the opposition, which he called extremists.

“And let them not be offended: we warned,” the self-proclaimed head of state emphasized.

According to him, if the Belarusian security forces had not suppressed the protests in 2020, the situation in the country would now be worse than in Ukraine.

“We need to unite now in order to survive, so that, God forbid, rockets do not fly here and bombs are not thrown at us,” Alexander Lukashenko said.

Alexander Lukashenko 19 January spoke of a “pleasant surprise” by Ukraine. The West allegedly pushes Kyiv to provocations against Belarus, but these plans have not yet been realized, he said.

The Center for National Resistance under the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine previously claimed that Lukashenka created an additional security unit, as he fears physical liquidation.