Lukashenko called Duda empty-headed, and threatened Poland with nuclear weapons

The self-proclaimed president of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, is threatening the Poles again. This time the Belarus leader threatens Poland with nuclear weapons.

Moreover, the pseudo-president of Belarus allowed himself the scandalous statements that he often makes about the Polish leader, a good friend of Ukraine, Andrzej Duda. He said that the Polish president does not have a rivet in his head. Lukashenko made such a statement these days.

“If Duda has no brains, then the Polish military has, and they know that messing around with Belarus means immediately getting a nuclear bomb,” said Lukashenko.

It is worth noting that Ukraine, Belarus, and Kazakhstan, on whose territory part of the nuclear weapons of the USSR was located, according to the signed Lisbon Protocol, were declared as countries without nuclear weapons in 1992, and in 1994-1996 they transferred all nuclear weapons to the Russian Federation.

Recall that the self-proclaimed President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, plucked up courage and responded to Putin on the alleged denial of the independence of Belarus and Ukraine. This was preceded by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz saying that in a conversation with him, Vladimir Putin allegedly denied the independence of Belarus and Ukraine. In turn, Lukashenko said that “the independence of Belarus is an unshakable thing.

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