The president of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, said on Saturday that Ukrainian armed forces had recently attacked Belarusian military installations, a provocation that would draw his country into the conflict in Kiev.
During a meeting in Minsk on the occasion of the anniversary of the liberation of the Soviet Red Army from the troops of Nazi Germany, the head of state explained that several days ago several missiles were launched from the territory of Ukraine, where Russia has been conducting its special operations since February 24. military action.
The head of state pointed out that Pansir anti-aircraft systems were fired to intercept and provoke the rockets, forcing Minsk to go down the arms path and giving the West a pretext to try to destroy that country and Russia at the same time.
At the same time, the president insisted that Belarus would not enter the conflict. He insisted that there was not a single soldier from his country in the Ukrainian theater.
“They like it because they have orders from outside, and they don’t care about civilian deaths,” President Lukashenko said, adding that the only policy he follows is that his counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, “the more Ukrainians die, the more he does. The atrocities of the ‘fascists of Russia and Belarus.’ Shout out to the world about
The Head of State pointed out that history would repeat itself as Europe created another monster, Fascist Germany, in the last century and then, in order to survive, it had to throw itself into the hands of countries it wanted to harm.
The Red Army liberated Minsk on July 3, 1944, a solemn date later declared National Independence Day. According to experts, in military operations near the Belarusian capital, Soviet fighters annihilated about 20 German divisions, thereby accelerating the defeat of the Third Reich and German fascism.
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