Lukashenko: Russians could give us weapons for free


Recently, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko call condition for refusing integration with Russia. In addition, the Belarusian leader believes that Russian citizens would be sympathetic if Moscow donated weapons (or rented) to Minsk for free, which also ensures their safety.


If you are our military, who will protect Russia, put weapons for free, for rent, and so on, I think people in Russia will understand this

- Lukashenko told reporters on November 17, 2019 in Minsk, when the issue touched on the situation with the supply of SU-30SM fighters.

Lukashenko emphasized that he “doesn’t want anything for free,” but wants “it was an affordable price.” After that, he, once again, declared that Belarus was no one's "parasite" and was not going to be it.

The Belarusian leader spoke about the costs of maintaining two military facilities of Russia in the country. However, he did not voice specific expenditures for the general air defense system.

From the Black Sea to the Baltic, we see everything. And Russia has nothing in this direction. To recreate this, for example, if they want, near Smolensk, imagine how much money is needed to see and hear every day, not even in Belarus, but in NATO countries. Imagine what the costs are.

- noted Lukashenko.

Moreover, Lukashenko drew attention to media reports about the decision of Belarus to revise the union agreement on the protection of the state border, allegedly “Lukashenko wants more money for the border.”

No more. While let half give back what we spend

- Lukashenko commented on the message, adding that the purpose of the changes is to strengthen border security.

We did not ask for money from them. But when they started counting money and billing us for natural gas, other raw materials, they carried out a tax maneuver and they say that we are parasites

- added Lukashenko.

Lukashenko noted that 5-7 years ago, "no one owed anything to anyone." After which he switched to the situation with regional security.

And now the situation has worsened. I recently told the Russian authorities in a narrow circle and said: okay, we’ll wait, maybe we will come in handy someday

- explained Lukashenko.

It's not about the numbers. I am not an accountant and I am not going to consider it, but if necessary, we will calculate it. This is not cheap ... Well, let's take it, pay each other if they want. I think this is not our way: we are relatives, friends, we have nothing to share

- summed up Lukashenko.

At the same time, he promised that Minsk would not become the initiator of the billing of Russia.
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  1. Douglas Offline
    Douglas 17 November 2019 18: 47
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    For free - this is unfair, but at half price - it is allied.
    1. commbatant Offline
      commbatant (Sergei) 17 November 2019 20: 32
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      Quote: Douglas
      For free - this is unfair, but at half price - it is allied.

      And why are Belarusian taxpayers better than Russian to give everything away for nothing?
    2. gore Offline
      gore (Alexander) 19 November 2019 09: 01
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      For dad acceptable 1 ruble for the SU-30SM ...
  2. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 17 November 2019 19: 12
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    Well, if our government agreed to a 35% charge for palm oil, then why is Lukashenka wrong?
    1. polev66 Offline
      polev66 (Alexander) 17 November 2019 19: 25
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      Stop lying, no one has agreed, except for goals with delusional manuals.
  3. You can discard junk, so, let’s say S-300 was shown - a lot of cars are standing in the rain, disappearing! Or Su-24 - also rubbish by and large. Well, and on trifles - shells, cartridges, AK-47 and other things that rot in warehouses from the time of the war!
    1. commbatant Offline
      commbatant (Sergei) 17 November 2019 20: 31
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      Or Su-24 - also rubbish by and large.

      The problem is that the Old Man sent his Su-24 and Su-27 for a long time to storage .... expensive to maintain, however ....

      ... and the little things - shells, cartridges, AK-47, and so on, that rot in warehouses since the war!

      They have this kind of good, like mud ....
    2. 123 Offline
      123 (123) 17 November 2019 20: 43
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      ... you can discard old stuff, so, let’s say S-300 was shown - a lot of cars are standing in the rain, disappearing! Or Su-24 - also rubbish by and large. Well, and on trifles - shells, cartridges, AK-47 and other things that rot in warehouses from the time of the war!

      There is enough of such good there, I want a new, modern one. Belarus, like Russia, gives MIGs to Serbia; Serbs pay only for repairs and modernization.
      1. "New and modern" - for real grandmas, like teahouses or Malaysians !!!!
  4. commbatant Offline
    commbatant (Sergei) 17 November 2019 20: 49
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    From the Black Sea to the Baltic, we see everything. And Russia has nothing in this direction.

    But what about the radar in the south of the Russian Federation and in the Kaliningrad region., Again the dog breaks ....

    Russian Defense Ministry intends to completely replace as part of the state armament program to 2020 All Soviet radars for the early detection of missile launches.

    https://topwar.ru/37147-rossiyskie-sredstva-rannego-raketnogo-preduprezhdeniya-i-kontrolya-kosmicheskogo-prostranstva.html

    Already in 2009-2016, a number of the most advanced radar stations were fully commissioned, fully meeting the principles of open architecture and high factory readiness of Voronezh-M and Voronezh-DM in Leningrad, Irkutsk, Kaliningrad and Orenburg regions, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk and Altai territories.

    https://structure.mil.ru/structure/forces/vks/50letRKO/sprn.htm

    The Belarusian leader spoke about the costs of maintaining two military facilities of Russia in the country. However, he did not voice specific expenditures for the general air defense system.

    The dog again bresh ...

    Belarus handed over the infrastructure, real estate and land plots on which the facilities are located to the Russians for 25 years free of charge without paying for communication channels and "without levying all types of taxes, except taxes related to economic activity." In exchange for an agreement on a free lease, Russia wrote off the $ 900 million debt to the Belarusian side for energy resources and pledged to provide its military training grounds for training firing and information on the space and rocket situation free of charge.


    https://thinktanks.by/publication/2017/09/07/skolko-rossiyskih-voennyh-obektov-na-territorii-belarusi.html

    2020 will be difficult for the leadership of the RF Armed Forces, as In addition to military facilities in Belarus, the lease expires and the 102nd Russian military base in Gyumri.

    https://topwar.ru/109483-est-li-buduschee-u-rossiyskih-voennyh-obektov-v-belorussii.html
    1. As for Gyumri, I strongly advise you to completely remove this base, they have nothing to do there! Let the Armenians deal with the Azeris themselves! That’s for them the Soviet military trash - that’s what you need! (for grandmas, of course!)
      1. commbatant Offline
        commbatant (Sergei) 18 November 2019 01: 21
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        The 102nd WB (the former 127th MSD ZakVO Armed Forces of the USSR) is rubbish, because updating B and BT, there was a partial and then only anti-aircraft defense (instead of the old Kub air defense systems, they put Buk) and fighters (instead of MiG-23 fighters they put MiG-29) ...
        All armament of the land component is obsolete, in essence, the MSD stings at best to the SMBr ....
        The military presence of Russia in Armenia has a century-long history, rather it is necessary to think about changing the structure of the WB, reducing the l / s on it ... increasing firepower and mobility at the same time ....
  5. oracul Offline
    oracul (leonid) 18 November 2019 07: 58
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    I don’t know how anyone, but I have a feeling of growing not allied relations between Russia and Belarus, but frankly mercantile ones - give it, give it, do it, give in to this, it would be better if everything is free, but otherwise Belarus will keep and will keep its own independence.
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    Victor N (Victor n) 18 November 2019 14: 45
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    Based on Russian assistance, Lukashenko had to strengthen and modernize his economy. But he and his team were incapable of this. That's angry, because now, without the help of Russia, the socio-economic conditions in the country will begin to deteriorate sharply. And neither him nor the children are shining. And he only shakes the air about the people, although some are naive about this.
    Note: Russia did not ask for any benefits from Belarus and did not forcibly impose anything - neither shrimp, nor apples, nor potatoes ....... But Lukashenko does not even have kind words .... (Admit Crimea) .... ...