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Ukraine-Russia Crisis: Belarus’ Lukashenko warns West against attacking Union State


Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko warned the West against attacking the Union State. “We do not want war. Neither us, nor the Russians. But we build our security in order to protect ourselves. Should they not simply keep poking us constantly, but deploy their armies against us, threaten us, then we will hit so hard it won’t be pretty. It is impossible to defeat us,” he told journalists Friday, adding that “this is not a threat, merely a warning.” “We are the kind of people who cannot be defeated both in terms of spirit and in terms of territory: from Brest…

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