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Lukashenka: Belarusian-Russian exercises are not aimed at attacking someone's territory

The forthcoming Belarusian-Russian exercises are not aimed at an offensive on someone's territory. President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said this at a meeting with the secretaries of the security councils of the CSTO member states, BelTA has learned.
Alexander Lukashenko noted that the Belarusian and Russian armies in the western direction act as a single whole. "We do not conceal this from the NATO members, but if there is such a grouping, it is quite clear that the exercises should be conducted, we conduct them," the President said. "Nevertheless, our exercises are not aimed at an offensive against someone else's, We are not going to win anybody, but we are building our policy, taking into account the lessons of the past.We are not threatening anyone, we are not going to attack anyone, we fight with nobody, but we are training our army so that it is ready To repel any blow and cause unacceptable damage to those who want to It's our concept. "

"The strangest thing is that we are reproached for being far from what they are doing, we do not form or place any new parts of foreign states here, on the contrary, we see how our borders are being deployed with undisguised operational zeal And more units and troops, including foreign ones, "the head of state stressed.

"Okay, the troops, but there are the most modern unmanned aerial vehicles." When I saw the pictures of these drones ... they are huge, like real planes, they are drone drones, against whom? And they tell us: you calm down, you do not have to No, we will hold exercises, no, we will conduct exercises, because no one will neglect the safety of states, neither Russia, nor Belarus, nor the CSTO, "said Alexander Lukashenko.