Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has warned the West against imposing tougher sanctions on Russia. He says such a move could push Russia into a third world war.
On Sunday (February 26), he said there was a lot of talk against the banking sector, gas, oil and Swift. Which is more harmful than war. These measures could push Russia into World War III.
Russia’s banking sector has been targeted by the European Union, the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada. They want to get Moscow out of the international trading system Swift. Lukashenko said that in the past, these measures were considered a declaration of war.
The Belarussian leader said that if the West planted nuclear weapons in the border countries, the atomic bomb would be returned to Belarus.