Western marketing campaign in opposition to Belarus runs threat of sparking ‘THIRD WORLD WAR’ says embattled chief Lukashenko, branding EU ‘crazy’

Sanctions & help for opposition actions from overseas is driving Europe down a harmful path, Belarus’ long-time chief Alexander Lukashenko has claimed, in an explosive new broadside in opposition to the EU and its politicians.

In an interview with Sky News Arabia revealed on Wednesday, the embattled president stated that “the Europeans [are] directing a hybrid war against us, Russia, and even China.”

Calling the leaders of EU states “crazy politicians” who’re depending on the US, Lukashenko argued that their approach to Moscow, Minsk and Beijing “isn’t just creating a hotbed of tension – they are pushing for a third world war.”

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Lukashenko’s authorities has confronted a sequence of latest political sanctions since its officers ordered a Ryanair flight transiting the nation’s airspace to land, telling the pilots on the time that they’d acquired credible intelligence {that a} bomb was on board. However, as soon as on the bottom, safety operatives arrested two distinguished opposition activists who had been on board, Roman Protasevich and Sophia Sapega.

The incident rapidly became a significant spat with the EU, with Brussels describing it as “state-sponsored piracy.” A variety of airways have since refused to fly by Belarusian airspace, and the nation’s nationwide airline, Belavia, has confronted restrictions working inside the 27-state bloc. The detained pair have been accused of organizing the protests which have rocked the nation since Lukashenko declared victory in final summer season’s presidential election which the opposition, and plenty of worldwide observers, say was rigged.

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In May, representatives of the US’ National Endowment for Democracy (NED) have been duped by a infamous pair of Russian pranksters into disclosing their group’s function in fomenting the unrest that  adopted the election. Nina Ognianova, who oversees the NED’s work with native teams in Belarus, advised YouTube stars Vovan and Lexus that the American funding physique had been offering help to “community organizing” networks, and claimed credit score for the protest motion.

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