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Belarus sends an ominous nuclear warning ‘we will end this war’ and ‘will hurt’ the West ‘a lot’

by LLB political Reporter
15th Jun 23 3:27 pm

The Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko has sent the West an ominous warning “we will end this war” and “hurt them a lot.”

This comes after Vladimir Putin has armed Belarus with tactical nuclear weapons “and some more” and Lukashenko claimed there are “great prerequisites” for ending the war.

Speaking to the Kremlin’s aligned Rossiya 1 TV channel, Lukashenko said, “I am not a prophet, but we will end this war in Ukraine. There are already great prerequisites for this.

“But these crazy people from the West will cause us too many problems in the future. And if they cross these lines (as they like to say), it will hurt them a lot.”

The Belarusian dictator said that the West are “most afraid” of there being a nuclear incident in Ukraine now that Minsk nuclear weapons “three times” more powerful than the Hiroshima bomb.

Lukashenko said on Russian state TV, Rossiya-1 on Wednesday that he will not “hesitate” to use the powerful tactical nukes if Belarus faces any “aggression.”

Lukashenko told Rossiya-1 today speaking in the Minsk region on Wednesday he downplayed Vladimir Putin’s authority over the weapons.

The Belarusian dictator said that he can pick up the phone “at any moment” to speak with the Russian leader.

He claimed on Russian state TV that he “demanded” the tactical nuclear weapons from Putin, adding that Belarus has “always been a target.”

Lukashenko said, “They [the West] have wanted to tear us to pieces since 2020. No one has so far fought against a nuclear country, a country that has nuclear weapons.”

The Ukrainian ambassador to the UK, Vadym Prystaiko warned that nuclear weapons which are now on Europe’s border are in the hands of two dictators.

He said that there has now been a dramatic change to the non-proliferation treaty and that Belarus has now broken the Budapest Memorandum.

This was when Ukraine and Belarus gave up their Soviet-era nuclear weapons which would guarantee security from Russia, UK and the US.

Prystaiko told Sky News, “Russia has not just broken everything they promised by attacking us, but they broke another promise – to keep Belarus non-nuclear.

“This is a dramatic change in… nuclear non-proliferation in the world, on top of the immediate danger of putting nuclear in the hands of two dictators.”

In response to Lukashenko the Ukrainian ambassador to the UK added, “We have to remind him that he has an obligation toward the whole of humanity; it is not just an issue of tiny Belarus, it is a global threat.”

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