Lukashenko orders restoration of sites for nuclear warheads

Lukashenko orders restoration of sites for nuclear warheads

According to Putin, Minsk "has long been asking for Russian tactical nuclear weapons to be deployed there"

Lukashenko orders restoration of sites for nuclear warheads

Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko has said that he has ordered the military to immediately restore the sites where nuclear warheads were located.

Source. This was reported by The Insider.

The media also report that he said that if necessary, he is ready to agree with Putin on the introduction of strategic nuclear weapons to Belarus.

At the same time, he said, the entire infrastructure for tactical nuclear weapons has been created and is ready.

In addition, he said that Belarus would soon intensify propaganda and agitation in order not to lose the information war "waged against Minsk by unfriendly forces."

In July 1993, Belarus officially acceded to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, voluntarily renouncing the possibility of possessing nuclear weapons left over from the collapse of the USSR.

On March 27, 2023, Russian dictator Putin announced the construction of a tactical nuclear weapons storage facility in Belarus.

"We are not transferring our tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus, but we will deploy them and train the military, as the United States does in Europe," he emphasized.

According to Putin, Minsk "has long been asking for Russian tactical nuclear weapons to be deployed there," and Belarus has converted aircraft ready for use, as well as an Iskander system, and will begin training crews on April 3.

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