Poland provokes US to use nuclear weapons – Lukashenko
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The Belarusian politician named the main, in his opinion, country that relies on a nuclear strike. According to him, nuclear weapons should be in the warehouses where they are now, as the transfer will entail a chain reaction.
Belarusian politician Alexander Lukashenko, in an interview with Western journalists at the Commonwealth summit, said that the United States don't dance to the tune of “mad politicians” when it comes to nuclear weapons. This is reported by BELTA.
Lukashenko named the main, in his opinion, the country that relies on a nuclear strike.
“Do you have any idea who? I'll tell you. Poland. It provokes you – the United States – for some gestures in terms of nuclear weapons,” the Belarusian leader said, urging the West not to succumb to this.
“You are a large technological country, do not dance to the tune of distraught politicians,” — advised Lukashenka.
In his opinion, nuclear weapons should be in the warehouses where they are now, since their movement, for example, to Poland, will entail a chain reaction – reciprocal steps will follow. Lukashenka believes that this should be avoided, “calm down and sit down at the negotiating table.”