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25 June 2022, 19:12

Lukashenko concerned about confrontational policy of Poland, Lithuania

ST PETERSBURG, 25 June (BelTA) – The confrontational policy the leadership of Poland and Lithuania pursue is very stressful. Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko made the statement as he met with President of Russia Vladimir Putin in St Petersburg on 25 June, BelTA has learned.

Aleksandr Lukashenko said: “We are very stressed by the situation and the policy our neighbors pursue. Broadly speaking, you know it. I am talking about the leadership of Poland and the leadership of Lithuania. A policy in favor of confrontation. And you are getting your fair share from them, too.”

He pointed out that mercenaries have been coming to Ukraine from Poland most of all recently. Aleksandr Lukashenko said: “I don't understand why they want a confrontation. It is clear they are being pushed to it but the policy is disgusting. Aggressive behavior.”

Aleksandr Lukashenko noted Lithuania acts in a similar manner. “The flow of information regarding their intention to stop transit from Russia to Kaliningrad via Belarus, to isolate Kaliningrad is increasing. Listen, it is tantamount to the declaration of some war. Such actions are intolerable in modern conditions,” he said.

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