Belarusian President Lukashenko called the inclusion of Crimea into Russia a necessary measure
President Belarus Alexander Lukashenko named inclusion Crimea part Russia in 2014 by a forced measure of the Russian Federation. His words are given on the website of the Belarusian leader.
Lukashenka explained this as a trend Ukraine for entry into NATO and a proposal to the alliance to place its military bases in the country.
“Given the extreme security threat, the Russian Federation was forced to take emergency measures by including Crimea in Russia. Notice, remember: without a single shot,” Lukashenko said during his message to the National Assembly and citizens of Belarus.
Still in this speech, Lukashenko declaredthat Western countries are conducting a large-scale formation of forces for the invasion of Belarus, aimed at destroying the state of the country.