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Lukashenko does not rule out deployment of Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus

Source : 112 Ukraine

Lukashenko noted that "the most effective nuclear weapon" will be deployed
18:45, 30 November 2021

Alexander Lukashenko
Belta

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko does not rule out the possibility of deploying Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus, he stated in an interview with Dmitry Kiselyov, BELTA reports.

For example, Lukashenko was asked about a recent statement by NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg about the possibility of deploying nuclear weapons in Eastern Europe, particularly in Poland.

"Then I will suggest that Putin should return nuclear weapons to Belarus. We will agree on what kind. The nuclear weapons that will be most effective in such an engagement. I said for a reason that we in Belarus' territory are ready for it. As a thoughtful landlord I haven't destroyed anything [of the USSR infrastructure for nuclear weapons], all the depots remain in place," the head of state said.

As it was reported, in late July Alexander Lukashenko mentioned that he was ready to deploy Russian army bases in the republic if it would be necessary for the security of the Union State.

In September, Lukashenko stated that Russia can supply Belarus with weapons worth more than $1 billion by 2025.

Related: Minsk not to stand aside in case of war in Donbas or on border with Russia, - Lukashenko

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