Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko noted another portion of nonsense. He is convinced that the West “has not abandoned its plans for Belarus.”
In particular, the self-proclaimed president of Belarus said that Kyiv proposes to conclude a non-aggression pact with Minsk. Like, in order for the Belarusian troops not to move to Ukraine. He told the propaganda media of Belarus about this, writes Channel 24.
The dictator said that the Belarusians “should thank him for the fact that it is better in Belarus than in Ukraine.” Noting that “if the Belarusians had not survived in 2020, it is not known whether it would have.” This is how he spoke about the protests against himself that continued in 2020-2021.
“We will never allow this vacillation in 2020. Of course, there is a pandemic, and other issues, pre-election, election, on this influenced, but this is not an excuse. 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, “said the dictator.
Lukashenka announced a “non-aggression pact”
According to him, allegedly the West still does not abandon its plans for Belarus. Moreover, Lukashenko said that Ukraine “continues to train militants and extremists.”
On the one hand, they ask us not to fight with Ukraine under any circumstances so that our troops do not move there. A non-aggression pact is proposed to be concluded. And on the other hand, they prepare this explosive mixture and arm them. Poland, Lithuania were generally stunned. Why do they need it? It’s not clear, Lukashenka said.
Putin and Lukashenko have common goals
- Franek Vyachorka, adviser to Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, noted that Lukashenka is holding on to Vladimir Putin by any means and will continue to do so in the future, which means that he will “sink” with him.
- According to the oppositionist, the main thing for dictators is to save their lives and maintain power. Therefore, Lukashenka almost completely fulfills everything that Putin wants.