Lukashenko admits that he and Putin are “the most dangerous and toxic persons on the globe.”

Lukashenko admits that he and Putin are “the most dangerous and toxic persons on the globe.”

Alexander Lukashenko, the leader of Belarus, has confessed that he and Vladimir Putin are the “most toxic persons on the earth.”

Yesterday, the two leaders met amid rumors that the Kremlin leader will force the dictator of Belarus to join his war in Ukraine.

Lukashenko has thus far resisted joining the battle.Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko has admitted he and Vladimir Putin are the 'most toxic people on this planet'

Lukashenko depicted himself and Putin as pantomime villains in a video clip that could be valuable to war crimes investigators in the future.

Alexander Lukashenko, the leader of Belarus, has confessed that he and Vladimir Putin are the “most toxic persons on the earth.”

Yesterday, the two leaders met amid rumors that the Kremlin leader will force the dictator of Belarus to join his war in Ukraine.

He confessed, “You know, the two of us are co-aggressors.”

The most destructive and poisonous individuals in the globe. There is only one disagreement: who is more [toxic]?

“According to Vladimir Vladimirovich [Putin], I am. I am already beginning to suspect that he is.’

Lukashenko told journalists, ‘Well, we’ve both concluded that we’re equally poisonous. That is it.

Putin grinned and fidgeted with his papers, but he appeared to agree with former collective farm leader Lukashenko’s words.

And if someone considers ripping us apart or forcing us apart today, they will not succeed.Putin smiled and fidgeted with his papers but appeared to agree with the remarks by Lukashenko, a former collective farm boss

Putin grinned and fidgeted with his papers, but he appeared to concur with the former communal farm manager Lukashenko’s comments.

Human rights groups and opposition politicians assert that both leaders utilize their secret services to torture and humiliate their adversaries.

The majority of their political adversaries have been imprisoned or exiled.

During a rare visit to Belarus, Putin talked with Lukashenko, fueling fears in Kiev that he wants to persuade his ex-Soviet partner to join a new ground offensive that would open a new front against Ukraine.

Putin’s visit to Minsk for discussions with the Belarusian President was his first since 2019 and the election of the Russian president.

The Kremlin has attempted for years to expand integration with Belarus, which relies on Moscow for cheap oil and financing, but despite being a vital ally in the fight, Lukashenko has thus far avoided full unification with Russia.

However, suspicion grew before to Putin’s arrival that he would exert pressure on Lukashenko to send his soldiers to Ukraine alongside the Russian military, following a string of Moscow’s defeats in over 10 months of fighting.

Putin’s forces have been pushed back in the north, north-east, and south of Ukraine. It is claimed that Belarus has Soviet-era armament stockpiles that could be valuable to Moscow, whereas Lukashenko needs assistance for his country’s suffering economy.

Dmitry Peskov, a spokesperson for the Kremlin, told Russian news agencies that despite the fact that Belarus is Russia’s ‘No. 1 ally,’ claims that Moscow seeks to compel Minsk into joining its’special military operation’ are’stupid and unsubstantiated fabrications’

Ukraine’s Joint Forces Commander, Serhiy Nayev, stated that he thought the talks will address “future aggression against Ukraine and the larger engagement of Belarusian armed forces in the operation against Ukraine, including, in our opinion, even on the ground.”

Valery Zaluzhny, the top general of Ukraine, told the Economist this week that Russia was preparing 200,000 extra troops for a big onslaught that could come from the east, south, or even Belarus as early as January, but more likely in spring.

In February, Russian forces launched their failed assault on the Ukrainian capital from Belarus, and there has been Russian and Belarusian military action there for months.

Last Monday, Russia dispatched three airplanes and an airborne early warning and control aircraft to Belarus.

 

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