MINSK, 14 January (BelTA) – In Belarus there should be no place for the militants who fought either side in Ukraine, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said at the government's session to discuss the protection of the state border on 14 January, BelTA has learned.
Alexander Lukashenko instructed the law enforcement services to look into the matter. The head of state noted that he was informed that “some so-called brave people, who fought in Donbass, already pose with weapons in Minsk.” Belarus' attitude to such warriors is well-known, the President stressed. Addressing those present at the meeting, Alexander Lukashenko ordered to sort things out together with police and the KGB. In Belarus there is no place for such people, Alexander Lukashenko stressed.