Lukashenko: militants being trained abroad, and NATO plans to involve them to arrange a mess
Over the years of its independence, Belarus has not been in such an alarming and threatening situation for its security as it is today. The country has got in the focus of serious attention, and fighters from among the fugitives are being trained abroad. As stated by Aleksandr Lukashenko during his Address to the Belarusian People and the National Assembly, NATO plans to use these persons to penetrate into the country and arrange a military mess here.
“A campaign has been launched inside the country to lure out money by fraudsters, to involve our youth in illegal activities and extremism,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said. “The neighbouring states’ special services are behind all such facts, and our foreign policy response to all this bacchanalia is rooted in the accelerated development of relations with our allies. The so-called turn to the East in our politics is the most reasonable reality dictated by the spirit of the times. After all, we know that the sun sets in the west and rises in the east.”