In the context of allied relations, there is very close cooperation with Belarus, the spokesman replied on Tuesday when asked whether Minsk really participates in the special military operation in Ukraine.
Earlier, Lukashenko confirmed that Belarus cooperated in the above-mentioned Russian operation in southeastern Ukraine, but did not send its own military, and that its task was to prevent the conflict from spreading to its territory.
Lukashenko drew attention to the fact that Ukraine is concerned about the possible incorporation of his country into the military actions, but it was Kiev that concentrated up to 15,000 military personnel on the border with Belarus.
Ukraine not only erected barricades, but also built a wall, the Belarusian president said.
In addition, the authorities of the neighboring country constantly carry out optical, radio-electronic and radio-technical reconnaissance of our territory, troops and facilities, and often violate the state border line with their drones, Lukashenko concluded.