There could be “nuclear weapons for everyone” who wants to join the Union between Russia and Belarus, President Alexander Lukashenko said.
Following the deployment of nuclear weapons to European Union-bordering Belarus for the first time since the end of the Cold War last week, Belarus’s President has opened the invitation to “everyone” to join the security pact with Moscow and get nuclear weapons in return.
“If someone is worried [then] it is very simple”, Reuters reports Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko as saying in a televised interview with Russian state television station Russia 1. All any country worried about its security had to do was “join in the Union State of Belarus and Russia. That’s all”, he said.