Sunday, February 27, 2022

Lukashenko Says 'Harassment of Belarusians' in Ukraine Could Push Minsk Toward a Special Op - Sputnik International

President Alexander Lukashenko has said that "harassment of Belarusians" in Ukraine could prompt Minsk towards undertaking a "special operation".

Lukashenko, who emphasized that there were no Belarusian soldiers or armaments in Ukraine, as Russia did not require such assistance for its “special operation” there, aimed at "protecting the people" of the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics from the "genocide" waged by the Ukrainian authorities, said that Belarusians were being caught on the territory of that country and subjected to beatings.

Such incidents trigger outrage and may prompt Minsk to launch a “special operation” to release its citizens, said Alexander Lukashenko.

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