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09 May 2022, 14:39

Ukraine cautioned against West's motives

MINSK, 9 May (BelTA) - Ukraine might have to turn to Belarus for help saving its territorial integrity, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said at a ceremony on the occasion of the 77th anniversary of Great Victory at the Victory Monument in Minsk on 9 May, BelTA has learned.

"What mad European politicians do not understand is that, using fascism and Nazism in Ukraine today, they will have to fight against it tomorrow. Because it cannot be contained within the borders of one country. It will sweep across Europe tomorrow. I want the Ukrainians who have succumbed to this to understand that today they are hailed heroes, but tomorrow they will be destroyed because Nazism is not needed in Europe," the president noted. “Western countries want Nazism here, want us to be torn apart by contradictions. They want us to suffer. I think the West needs to think about this thesis."

"Meanwhile Ukraine needs to think about the fact that they might have to turn to us for help saving its own integrity and unity. Other countries have already divided Ukraine into parts. They're already thinking about which piece to tear off for themselves. You know who I mean," Aleksandr Lukashenko said.

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