During his speech at the Munich Security Conference in Minsk , Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said that his country could take on responsibility for ensuring peace in eastern Ukraine, and could oversee the ‘elections’ in the Donbas.
“According to our information, they are bringing in modern weaponry which is capable of carrying out anti-electronic warfare not only on the ground, but also in space, which neutralizes any satellites and other such means. All that remains is to bring nuclear weaponry there, and war is guaranteed,” Lukashenko remarked.
The Belarusian president noted that his country has taken in more than 160,000 immigrants from Ukraine.
“We could take on responsibility for ensuring peace in eastern Ukraine and controlling the Russian-Ukrainian border. We could also accompany the holding of elections in the Donbas, proceeding from the understanding that these regions are an inseparable part of Ukraine,” he commented.
Lukashenko stressed that his proposition was well thought out and should not be rejected on the spot.