Belarus receives Iskanders from Putin

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Russia has handed over Iskanders to Belarus

Self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has announced that Minsk has received Iskander missile systems from the aggressor country Russia. He noted that these weapons were purchased with other financial resources provided by Belarus to the Russian Federation.

This was reported by the Russian news agency RIA Novosti. Lukashenka also added that Russia has also supplied Belarus with a significant amount of other ammunition and missiles.

"We have received such complexes as Iskander from the Russians for their money - though we pay them on other accounts -. This is a particularly dangerous weapon... I signed a decree on how to use these weapons. They can be used only with the consent of the president," Lukashenko said.

According to Putin's henchman, after Russian tactical nuclear weapons appeared on the territory of Belarus, neighboring countries "lost interest" and "lowered their wings."

"I'm not even talking here about nuclear weapons, which put everyone in their place... As soon as nuclear weapons appeared in Belarus, all wings were lowered. Our neighbors, our dumbfounded neighbors, and others... Although God forbid not only me, but also the new generation of politicians to think about using this nuclear weapon. This is a terrible weapon," the dictator added.

The self-proclaimed president of Belarus also emphasized cooperation with Russia in addressing security issues. He emphasized that his people should express gratitude to the Russians, as they "helped Belarusians a lot" last year.

Earlier it was reported that the self-proclaimed leader of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, introduced a number of privileges and guarantees for himself and his family members, including the right to life immunity. New requirements for a presidential candidate have also been established, which disqualified opposition members from participating in the elections.

As OBOZ.UA reported, the EU called on self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko to release all political prisoners in the country. They noted that the human rights situation in Belarus is deteriorating every year.

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