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Written by SOT.COM.AL 3 Korrik 2022
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has threatened military retaliation against anyone who attacks his country, as tensions over the war in neighboring Ukraine continue to rise.
Speaking on the eve of Belarus' Independence Day, Lukashenko said he had ordered his armed forces to target decision-making centers in western capitals in the event of an attack on Belarus, Belarusian news agency Belta reported.
"Don't touch us and we won't touch you. If you dare to attack, as they plan, southern Gomel or the Mozir oil refinery, the airport, the airports in Luninac or Brest, the response will be immediate. In a second! We have something to answer for," said Lukashenko and emphasized that the centers are in the hands of the rockets and that they will not look at who is sitting in offices or buildings, but that the answer will be unclear.
He also stated that his duty as president is to protect the country.
Despite the fact that Russia started the war in Ukraine, Moscow and its staunch ally Minsk constantly try to portray themselves as victims of the allegedly hostile policies of the West and NATO.
Since the conflict in Ukraine began in late February, there have been fears that Belarus will formally join Russia in the war, and Lukashenko has admitted that Russian missiles were fired into Ukraine from Belarusian territory in the first weeks of the invasion.
At the beginning of the week, at the summit in Madrid, NATO decided to significantly strengthen its eastern flank and start the process of accepting Finland and Sweden into the defense alliance.
Russian President Vladimir Putin then announced his intention to respond to the possible transfer of NATO troops to Finland with a proportional deployment of Russian troops to the region.