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Be ready to use nuclear weapons, Belarus President call on Putin

During a meeting on June 30 with the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov, the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, urged Russia to be prepared to use nuclear weapons.

During his meeting with the Russian Foreign Minister, the President of Belarus issued a demand for Russia to be ready to use nuclear weapons, citing the nuclear training that has been conducted in the West and saying:

There has been no staging at that location." about nuclear weapons as well as a number of other topics. We have barely progressed a half stride at this point. I mean, they are really in the air and practicing. Why are they practicing, and why do they have nuclear pellets in their possession?

"In order to load a nuclear weapon onto an aircraft tomorrow and dump it exactly where it has to go," the message said. According to the presidential press service's quotations, Lukashenko has been cited as saying, "That is why we haven't offered a mirror reaction yet."

Lavrov, the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Responded:

"And for many, many years, they flew and allowed pilots from non-nuclear nations fly aircraft that were intended for nuclear weapons," he said. "And they did this without any hesitation."

Lavrov believes that this action constitutes a violation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.

"But it is something that we have not yet done. However, we have to make sure that we are prepared," said Lukashenko.

In this respect, the President of Belarus remembered the events that took place in 1941, which marked the beginning of the "Great Patriotic War," and he added:

"It is imperative that we maintain our composure on all fronts. It is unnecessary to shout that "Putin has taken over Belarus, and he does whatever he wants."

After that, he went on to say, "We have a coordinated sensible policy of the two sovereign governments, for which Makei and Lavrov are accountable, first and foremost."

However, this does not relieve us of the obligation that we have. We are completely reasonable and completely aware of everything that is occurring in our surroundings. And rather of having anything really take place, it is preferable to demonstrate what is possible. Lukashenko came to the conclusion that we do not need this conflict.

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