Belarus: Lukashenko meets Shoigu in Minsk. Dictator demands security guarantee from “fraternal Russia”.

Belarus’ self-proclaimed president Alexander Lukashenko met with Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu on Monday, state news agency Belda reported. During the meeting, he demanded a full security guarantee from what he says is “fraternal Russia”.

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Minsk regime-linked BelTA news agency reported that Lukashenko forwarded the comments to the Russian Defense Minister. Sergei Shoigu During a meeting in the capital of Belarus. He indicated that he had earlier discussed with Russian President Vladimir Putin and agreed with him that such security guarantees are necessary and formalized.

Belarus is part of Russia

– In general, in the speeches (Putin – version) it sounded that in case of aggression against Belarus, the Russian Federation would defend Belarus as its own territory. We need such security guarantees, Lukashenko said.

In recent months, the Belarusian and Russian militaries have been conducting joint exercises on a regular basis. Since the beginning of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, the Republic of Belarus has made its territory, military, transport and logistical infrastructure available to the Russian military. Belarusian airports are also under the control of the Russian Federation.

At the end of March, the Kremlin announced. That Send tactical nuclear weapons to its western neighboursAnd. During his speech to the National Assembly, Alexander Lukashenko claimed to have initiated the idea. In his opinion, such weapons will ensure the security of Belarus.

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Lukashenko blames the West

The West has accused the West of escalating the conflict by breaking the 1994 Budapest Accords and imposing economic sanctions. “We need to review all our treaties and agreements – Belarus and Russia – and prepare such an interstate legal act that will ensure full security for Belarus,” Lukashenko said.

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