Lukashenka took aim at opponents’ decision-making centers

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President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that he had ordered the military to target the decision-making centers of opponents of Minsk. He stated this at a solemn meeting on the occasion of the Independence Day of the country.

“I want to warn the “hawks” and tell you frankly: a little less than a month ago, I ordered the units of the armed forces to target, as it is now fashionable to say, decision-making centers in your capitals, with all the ensuing consequences,” Lukashenka is quoted as saying by RIA Novosti. . He noted that if someone decides to attack Belarus, “the answer will be instantaneous.”

Lukashenka also noted that he would not figure out “who sits in offices and who in palaces.” According to him, the blow will be tough and decisive.

Earlier, Lukashenko said that the Belarusian troops would strike at Kyiv on one condition: if the Armed Forces of Ukraine tried to destroy the enterprise of the Belarusian city of Mozyr. According to him, Western countries want to involve Belarus into the conflict in Ukraine, writes Pravda.Ru. At the same time, Lukashenka noted that Russian President Vladimir Putin never asked him to help in a special operation that Russian troops have been conducting since the end of February this year.

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