Alexander Lukashenko – nuclear weapons for everyone

Alexander Lukashenko – nuclear weapons for everyone

During the Eurasian Economic Union summit in Moscow last week, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko reportedly praised the union’s countries choosing to support Russia.

The Eurasian Economic Union consists of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Armenia.

In a video from the summit, posted to Telegram on Sunday, the president promised that countries that support Russia would get nuclear weapons, Svenske writes. Aftonbladet.

– There will be nuclear weapons for everyone, Lukashenko is said to have stated, according to Ukrainian Pravda And Kyiv Independent who reproduced the interview.

- More dangerous now than during the world wars

– More dangerous now than during the world wars


Irresponsible behaviour

At the end of this week it became known that Russia’s Putin is going to place nuclear weapons in Belarus.

It was a decision to which the West – not least the United States – reacted forcefully.

– These plans are the latest example of irresponsible behavior on the Russian side since the invasion, said US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller, according to Reuters.

Putin’s justification is said to be Britain’s decision to send armor-piercing munitions to Ukraine containing depleted uranium.

Since March, Russia has stated that it might be appropriate to transfer nuclear weapons to Belarus, but the agreement was only signed last week.

Ukrainian soldiers are supposed to coordinate an attack against a supposed munitions depot, but suddenly have to evacuate. Video: Telegram / Terra. Correspondent: HÃ¥vard TL Knutsen.
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– This pulls the screw in a bit more. Compared to the British decision, Putin is unnecessarily escalating, Tom Roseth, principal lecturer in intelligence and head of the Ukraine program at the Norwegian Defense Academy (FHS), said in March.

On the other hand, Rosth stressed that even if Russia manages to place nuclear weapons on Belarusian soil – it will still be under strict control from Russia and Belarus will have no power over anything.

Further attacks in Russia: - The West is worried

Further attacks in Russia: – The West is worried


– Calm down

Recently, there have also been rumors about Lukashenko’s health after several stints in the hospital.

After he was noticed during the Victory Parade in Moscow on May 9, fuel was added to the fire when many people thought he looked scattered and unsettled to the bone.

– If anyone thinks I’m going to die, calm down. Calm down. On Tuesday last week, he said in response to the rumors that this is nothing more than idle thinking on social media.

Furthermore, he claimed to be suffering from adenoviruses, which according to Store norske lexikon cause symptoms such as fever, sore throat, and other cold symptoms.

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