- Alexander Lukashenko spoke on nuclear attack
- President of Belarus is close to Putin
- Belarus is supporting Russia in the war
Alexander Lukashenko on Nuclear Weapons: Russian President Vladimir Putin has made it clear that his country will not back down from carrying out a nuclear attack if the need arises. This worried not only the Western countries and NATO but the whole world. Now Putin’s close aide and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has warned that although the Russian president has no plans to use nuclear weapons. If he is isolated, he will find his way. A few days ago, Lukashenko had announced a joint test force with Russia on the western border of the country. Belarus is openly supporting Russia against Ukraine. And in doing so, he is also bypassing the warnings of the Western countries.
In an interview with NBC News on Friday, Lukashenko said that if Ukraine crossed certain borders, Putin could launch his biggest attack on the Eastern European country. The President of Belarus referred to Russia’s recent missile attacks that targeted several cities, including the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. He said that if Russia is isolated, there could be more similar attacks.
There will be destruction not only in Ukraine
Lukashenko said Russia has the most advanced weapons and does not need nuclear weapons to win the war. He said he believed that the fear of a nuclear attack was only politically motivated, and if so, it would lead to devastation and Ukraine would not be the only victim. Russia’s occupation of Ukrainian territories, the bombing of the Crimea Bridge and the attacks on Kyiv are the events that have increased the tension in this war that has been going on for the last nearly eight months.
Nuclear attack will end the earth
Putin’s close friend Lukashenko warned that a nuclear attack would be the end of our planet. If even one country uses a nuclear weapon, it will create many reactions. Although experts believe that the President of Belarus has issued this statement only to scare. Earlier, Putin said in a statement that he did not want to destroy Ukraine. He said he was ready for talks, but Ukraine itself does not want peace.
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