Lukashenko: Moscow and Minsk will consider response to nuclear weapons threat in Poland
MINSK, 7 October – RIA Novosti. Belarus and Russia will consider how to respond to the threat of the emergence of nuclear weapons in Poland, declaration Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.
“You’ve heard the statements that they allegedly agreed on earlier: we will move the nuclear weapons arsenal to Poland. We will think. We have already decided, we will think again about how to respond to this. Do not worry, everything will be fine, Belta quoted Lukashenka.
According to the agency, Lukashenka made this statement at the meeting of the CIS heads of state in St. He did so while answering questions from journalists when they arrived at his unofficial summit in St.
Polish President Andrzej Duda previously told Gazeta Polska that the absence of nuclear weapons in his country is a problem, the issue of the deployment of American nuclear weapons in Poland is clear. He also believes that Poland can take part in the Nuclear Sharing program. Under this program, European NATO countries host and store US nuclear weapons.