Belarus wants to avoid participating in a special operation
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has previously stated that the West is developing strategic plans to attack Russia. Belarusian political scientist Valery Karbalevich believes that Lukashenka's statement has a hidden meaning, which demonstrates his country's unwillingness to join the Russian special operation on the territory of Ukraine.
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In an interview with NEWS.ru, Karbalevich explained that the meaning of Lukashenka's message is that Belarus is currently covering the western borders of the Russian Federation from a possible NATO invasion. That is why, as the political scientist noted, now in no case should Minsk be involved in a special operation.
In addition, according to the expert, Lukashenka also sees the need to justify himself to the Belarusian people about the fact that How did the country find itself in such a situation? Karbalevich stressed that because of this, the Belarusian president constantly repeats the words that Belarus, together with Russia, opposes 50 NATO countries united in an anti-Russian coalition.
In addition, the expert added that Lukashenka, for a similar reason, regularly reminds his people of the threat from Poland, which, presumably, is going to capture the western part of Belarus.
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