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Alexander Lukashenko, the self-proclaimed president of Belarus, said his 40,000-strong army could not help Russia in its aggression against Ukraine, although he admitted Belarus was participating in the war in other ways.
Source: Belarusian pro-government news agency BelTA
Quote: “Our armed forces… how many troops could we put there, 35,000-40,000? They will solve the problem [in the war against Ukraine - ed. Red.] not solve. "
Details: The Belarusian dictator claimed that direct involvement of the Belarusian armed forces would "only make things worse". "This is not Belarus' role in this conflict," he added.
“I have never denied that in many ways we are involved in the special military operation [the war against Ukraine]. Red.] participate. But we don't interfere, we don't kill anyone, we don't send personnel there. Because it is not necessary,” Lukashenko claimed.
Lukashenko once again emphasized that one must "talk about peace and negotiate sensibly" with Russia.
Previously: Alexander Lukashenko, the self-proclaimed President of the Republic of Belarus, has stated that if he wants to avoid a large number of casualties and the complete destruction of Ukraine, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy should quit and start peace negotiations with the aggressor country Russia.
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