Head of the Belarusian regime Alexander Lukashenko urged the Kremlin "to be ready" to use nuclear weapons. He said this during a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
"They fly, they train. Why are they training? Why are they carrying nuclear pellets?" - he stated.
According to Lukashenko, Minsk and Moscow have not yet responded in the mirror to NATO's military activity.
He added that there are no nuclear ammunition depots in Belarus, but we have to be ready for any development and "keep our powder dry.
"We have to be ready. 41. We believe. But we have to keep our powder dry on all fronts. And there's no need to sneer, to shout that Putin has taken over Belarus, whatever he wants, that's what he does. We have a coherent, sensible policy of the two countries, which is primarily the responsibility of Makei (Vladimir, head of the Belarusian Foreign Ministry) and Lavrov," he said.