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Lukashenko said that the West should "play a draw with Russia," and spoke about the "disappearance" of Ukraine

Lukashenko threatened that "any careless word" could lead to an armed confrontation

Self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has suggested that the West "draw with Russia". He threatened that otherwise, the war could end with "the termination of Ukraine's existence."

The Belarusian dictator said this during a speech at the VII All-Belarusian People's Assembly in Minsk. He also claimed that the coalition of Western countries is deliberately dragging out the war, and he called Ukraine itself a "drug addict" that relies on the financial and military support of its partner countries.

"The coalition of Western countries is deliberately dragging it out. They have turned Ukraine itself into a drug addict, which is kept on a short leash with promises of a new dose of additional weapons, including long-range weapons, and financial injections," the Belarusian dictator said.

Lukashenka also threatened that now "any careless word or movement" could cause an open armed confrontation and even lead to the use of nuclear weapons.

"I am not intimidating you. But we have no right to hide information from you either. The situation is very serious," the dictator said.

Earlier it was reported that self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that calls for him to join the war against Ukraine play into the hands of NATO and that it is allegedly the alliance that wants Belarus to become a party to the conflict. However, according to him, Belarus's entry into the war will not achieve anything.

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