Lukashenko confirms missile strikes from Belarus territory and threatens Ukraine with his own ‘special operation’
Rockets were fired from the territory of Belarus at Ukraine Army positions in Ukraine, confirmed the self-proclaimed President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, zerkalo.io reports.
He claims this was a “forced” step due to the fact that Ukrainian missile battalions were deployed a few kilometers from the border with Belarus, ready to “strike within minutes” at russian positions on the territory of the neighboring country.
According to Lukashenko, russian troops were shooting at Ukrainian territory, having fired “two or three missiles.”
At the same time, the self-proclaimed President of Belarus accused Ukraine of unleashing the war.
“There is not a single Belarusian soldier or piece of ammunition in Ukraine,” he said.
He also mentioned that russians and Belarusians are being caught and beaten in Ukraine.
“Ukraine seems to be pushing Belarus into a special operation to protect its citizens,” Lukashenko said.
As reported, russian occupiers staged air combat above Chornobyl zone to blame Ukraine.