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Lukashenko calls Zelenskyy a "louse" and says that "the challenge is thrown"

Tuesday, 7 March 2023, 12:41
Lukashenko calls Zelenskyy a louse and says that the challenge is thrown

Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko believes that Ukraine has challenged Belarus with the "sabotage" of the A-50 radar plane at Machulishchy airfield, and he called Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy a "louse" for this.

Source: Belarusian state-owned national news agency BelTA

Quote: "There is only one conclusion. I used to think that Ukraine needed peace, and that Zelenskyy was rooting for his people. President Zelenskyy is just a louse. Just a louse! Such operations are not carried out without the approval of the country's leader and commander-in-chief. I am telling you this as the president.

He's a louse because he runs around Belarus, sends people to us, and asks, as I said before: ‘Let's sign a non-aggression pact, let's make a deal, we have no problems with you’.

To which I said: ‘We're not going to attack’. ‘No, let's sign a treaty under the auspices of the United Nations that you will not attack us’. You heard me make all these statements. And at this time... Well, the challenge has been thrown.


If they expect, I know that they want to drag us into a war at the behest of the Americans; if you think that by throwing this challenge you will drag us into a war tomorrow, which is already going on all over Europe today, you are mistaken."

Details: Lukashenko said that Ukraine trained the "terrorist" and the Belarusians conducted a brilliant operation and "in some four, five days" were able to identify all his accomplices and detain those in Belarus.

At the same time, he is convinced that "we cannot relax in any way".


Quote: "I want to emphasise once again, especially to the local scoundrels and those who escaped: they have all been identified, and we will find them, there, abroad. And to the fugitives, I repeat: get ready, we are coming for you. And do not howl. And do not post in these messengers. We have strong nerves, we know what to do."


  • On 26 February, explosions occurred at the Machulishchy airbase in Belarus in the morning. Later, there was information that a Russian A-50 military aircraft was damaged.
  • Alexander Azarov, Head of the BYPOL initiative, reported that Belarusian partisans were involved in sabotage at the Machulishchy airbase in Belarus. According to Azarov, the participants of the alleged sabotage in Machulishchy had left Belarus and are now safe.
  • After the explosion, the entourage of the self-proclaimed president of Belarus claimed that the A-50 was fine and posted allegedly "fresh videos", although the military monitoring media outlet Belaruski Hajun reported that the Russian aircraft flew to Taganrog, Russia, for repairs.
  • Andrii Yusov, representative of Ukraine's Defence Intelligence, said that Russia cannot currently produce A-50 AWACS aircraft, one of which was probably damaged at the Belarusian Machulishchy airbase.

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