Lukashenka saw the “cultivation of a monster” by the countries of Western Europe

The President of Belarus said that “history repeats itself” and accused the West of “cultivating a monster” in Ukraine, claiming that they “raised” the Third Reich in the last century. Previously, he accused the West of intending to “dismember Ukraine”

Alexander Lukashenko

The leaders of Western countries have previously “raised” Nazi Germany, now a similar “monster” grow in Ukraine, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said during a speech at a solemn meeting dedicated to the Independence Day of the republic, BelTA reports.

“As in the last century, these processes are backed by the same civilized Western raised a monster called fascist Germany, and then, in order to survive, threw herself into the arms of those whom until recently she had so much wished for defeat. History repeats itself. The monster is being raised in Ukraine»,— he said.

Lukshenko expressed confidence that Western countries are openly talking about the possible annexation of the territories of Belarus and Ukraine. In his opinion, the inhabitants of Belarus are trying to create the image of the enemy.

Lukashenka has spoken about “dangerous tendencies” before; in Ukraine, guilty of which he called the countries of the West. In mid-May, he announced an attempt by these states to “dismember Ukraine”, in connection with which, according to him, “thousands of units” were formed. The Belarusian president considered that they were going to enter Ukraine under the guise of peacekeepers. He warned that if arms deliveries to Ukraine are made to “flare up more widely”, then “no one will be able to sit out.”

“We are worried that they, the Poles and NATO, are ready to leave, “help” thus, take away, as before 1939, western Ukraine,— he said later at a meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

In early June, Lukashenka claimed that the threat of annexation from Poland caused a conflict between Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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In mid-June, the head of the National Security Council of Ukraine (NSDC), Aleksey Danilov, announced monitoring the situation on the border with Belarus due to a possible threat in connection with checking the readiness of the Belarusian troops. Later, the Belarusian authorities announced “mobilization exercises” in the south-east of the country from June 22 to July 1, within their framework, it was planned that the military registration and enlistment offices would be engaged in “notifying and submitting persons liable for military service to the points of departure to military units.”

In Kyiv, in early July, they announced that they see threats of offensive from Belarus from day to day. In particular, this opinion was expressed by adviser to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Mykhailo Podolyak, he called such statements “speculations”, the portal reported. “We understand exactly what is happening on the territory of Belarus, we are ready for any scenarios. We have everything from a defense point of view on the border of Ukraine— Belarus is ready for this, — he said.

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Alexander Lukashenko

politician, President of Belarus

August 30, 1954

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