The President of Belarus has warned Vladimir Putin that the war in Ukraine must come to an end or the world could fall into an “abyss of nuclear war.”
Alexander Lukashenko who is one of Putin’s most loyal allies and has been in power for almost 30 years and has formed a close alliance with Moscow has warned NATO of nuclear war.
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Lukashenko told the Associated Press in May, “I want to stress one more time: I feel like this operation has dragged on.”
The Belarusian President is wanting an end to the war in Ukraine and claimed that he had “done and are doing everything.”
However on Thursday Lukashenko warned of a “nuclear” solution, he told AFP, “Let’s stop and then we will figure out how to go on living.
“There’s no need to go further. Further lies the abyss of nuclear war.”
Lukashenko then blamed the West for backing Volodymyr Zelensky and his fight with Moscow, he added, “You have fomented the war and are continuing it.
“We have seen the reasons for this war.”
He continued, “If Russia had not got ahead of you, members of NATO, you would have organised and struck a blow against it.”