Belarusians “have not broken their horns like that,” President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said on Monday, May 9, commenting on the likelihood of an attack on the republic by Poland.
“Let them try, we broke off the horns here and not like that,” he said at the parade on the occasion of the anniversary of Victory Day on May 9.
According to Lukashenka, Minsk is monitoring the situation near the borders of Belarus, the activity of NATO in the West and the increase in the number of military personnel in the territories of neighboring countries. In his opinion, in this way they want to divert the attention of Minsk and Moscow from Ukraine.
The Belarusian also reminded Western countries that behind Belarus is Russia, a nuclear power with which Minsk has relevant agreements in the field of defense and security. This topic is often discussed with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, he assured.
The President of Belarus warned Ukraine against irreversible consequences, urging Kyiv to think about not having to turn to the Republic of Belarus to save its integrity.
According to Gazeta.Ru, on May 5, Lukashenka stated that the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine is unacceptable. In his opinion, the President of the Russian Federation does not seek direct conflict with NATO.
He also added that if Washington tells Kyiv to stop hostilities, the conflict in Ukraine will end within a week. He noted the guilt of the West in inciting the conflict between Moscow and Kyiv, especially the United States. Nobody needs war, he added.