Minsk: The strengthening of the offensive infrastructure of the North Atlantic Alliance continues on the Belarusian borders. The President of Belarus claims that Minsk does not panic or exaggerate, but simply face facts.This statement was made by the head of the Belarusian state Alexander Lukashenko at a recent meeting.
He believes that the West is putting pressure on Minsk, including sanctions, in order to weaken the Belarusian economy and cause public discontent with the current government. And although he is not inclined to dramatize the situation, with such powerful restrictions, Belarus in all its history until I came across.
Economic pressure from the West is combined with military pressure, which is expressed in an increase in the number of NATO troops stationed near the western borders of the country. And in response to the buildup of NATO forces near the borders of Belarus, Minsk, according to Lukashenka, is ready to call for help from the Russian army.
Now, according to the Belarusian leader, there is no such need, but if there is a threat to the security of the Union State, the Belarusian president will not hesitate to turn to his neighbor and ally for help.