Lukashenko talked about Ukraine’s proposal to conclude a non-aggression pact

Ukraine suggests Belarus to conclude a non-aggression pact. This was stated by Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko at a meeting on the socio-political and criminal situation in the country, BelTA informs.

According to Lukashenko, the West still persists in its plans for Belarus. He noted that extremists and militants are being trained in Ukraine.

“I don’t know why the Ukrainians need it. On the one hand, they are asking us not to go to war with Ukraine in any way, not to move our troops there. They offer to sign a non-aggression pact. And on the other hand, they are preparing this rattlesnake mixture and arming them,” said the head of the country.

January 23, Lukashenko said that the situation around Belarus is difficult today. It is both politico-military and economic situation. The same day, the head of state approved the decision to protect the state border in the air for the first time.

On Tuesday, January 24, the state TV channel “Belarus 1” reported that Ukrainian border guards regularly organize provocations on the border with Belarus. It is alleged that they have repeatedly stolen and damaged Belarusian border posts.