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07 February 2022, 09:01

Lukashenko talks about joint actions with Russia, warns against crossing red lines

MINSK, 7 February (BelTA) – Defending their state interests, Belarus and Russia have drawn their red lines beyond which other countries must not cross, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said in an interview with the VGTRK journalist, radio and TV host Vladimir Soloviev, BelTA has learned.

"Now there are hot debates about war, about Ukraine's intent to go to war. It is not Ukraine but the United States who is pushing them to war," the head of state said.

"What should we do? How should we act correctly in this situation?" the journalist asked.

"The Russian president did everything right. I support him. We have drawn the red lines. You cross them, you will get it!" the Belarusian leader replied.

"Get what? A missile strike on the territory of Ukraine?" said Vladimir Soloviev.

"Not only that. Everything that is there," Aleksandr Lukashenko explained.

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