Lukashenko came to Putin with a new map: now it shows the offensive from Poland. Video
Self-proclaimed president of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko decided to show Russian dictator Vladimir Putin "from where Belarus is being prepared to be attacked" again. He brought "a map of the transfer of Polish troops to the Belarusian borders" and promised "assistance" to the western regions of Ukraine.
The "head" of Belarus spoke about this during the talks, as evidenced by the broadcast conducted by the Russian media. According to him, one of the Polish brigades is now 40 km from the city of Brest, while another is 100 km from Hrodna (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the news).
"They have started to engage Poland and are actively engaging mercenaries. I brought you a detailed map about the transfer of the Armed Forces of Poland to the borders of the Union State, as you mentioned. We see that the ground is being prepared. For example, one of the brigades found its place 40 kilometers from Brest. They were 500 kilometers away and are 40 kilometers away. I'll show you the map, we can see it all. The second brigade, situated 100 km from Grodno, is also being moved..." the "map lover" raved.
In addition, he said that "the transfer of Ukrainian lands to Poland is unacceptable. If Western Ukraine asks for help, we will provide it".
To remind, earlier a similar absurd conversation between the presidents of Russia and Belarus became the object of trolling in the network. Ukrainians made a meme from the part in which Lukashenko told the interlocutor "from where the attack on Belarus was being prepared" while pointing at the map. This meeting of leaders of states enemy to Ukraine took place on March 11, 2022.
In the conversation, the Belarusian told the interlocutor that he could demonstrate on the map the place from where the Ukrainians were allegedly preparing an attack on his state. According to Putin's partner, if there had not been a "pre-emptive strike" on the positions of Ukraine on February 24, many of his compatriots would have suffered.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- Putin, while meeting self-proclaimed Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, issued that Ukraine's counteroffensive had allegedly "failed." Lukashenko also said that the "Ukrainian counteroffensive" supposedly "does not exist." "Or it is there, but has failed," Putin boastfully added.