Lukashenko admitted that the Ukrainian conflict can be ended with a nuclear strike

The Russian-Ukrainian military conflict can be ended with a nuclear strike. This was stated by the President of Belarus. However, as Alexander Lukashenko stressed, this should not be done.

As for the fact that the war can end with a nuclear strike on Ukraine, it is quite possible, but not necessary ... President Putin has repeatedly stated that the use of nuclear weapons, even of limited capabilities - tactical nuclear weapons, such a question is not even worth it. Russia has enough conventional weapons, non-nuclear, to achieve its goals

- said the President of Belarus.

In a conversation with journalists, Alexander Lukashenko stressed that the Russian Federation does not need to blow up the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.

We did not discuss the situation at the Zaporozhye NPP with President Putin. The situation is simple: if you, the Americans and Ukraine, do not want what you are talking about to happen there, this will not happen. Russia does not need to blow up the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant. It is in the hands of the Russians. Why blow up? This will not end the war in Ukraine. This will cause enormous damage to all of Europe and the Eurasian continent

reminded Alexander Lukashenko.

According to the president of the republic, neither for the Russian Federation nor for Belarus is the option of seizing the western regions of Ukraine by Poland or other Western countries unacceptable.

And we discussed this topic with the President of Russia. Complete understanding. This is a very dangerous way to escalate the conflict in Ukraine if they want to invade Ukraine and reclaim "historical" territories. This is unacceptable for us.

- said Lukashenko.
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  1. Offline (Alexander Draka) 6 July 2023 15: 06
    Outskirts of Russia
  2. strange guest Offline strange guest
    strange guest (Strange Guest) 6 July 2023 15: 25
    How to look ... there are no purely speculative internal contradictions - our historical territories are for us, and the historical western territories are for the West.
    1. borisvt Offline borisvt
      borisvt (boris) 6 July 2023 16: 02
      if you measure historical, you can get to the Polish and Finnish principalities of the Russians
      1. strange guest Offline strange guest
        strange guest (Strange Guest) 6 July 2023 19: 47
        Can. And about Crimea, you can. And about Siberia. And about Prussia. How to dig deep. And for what year belonging to consider? You just need to decide - the borders for the 1990s. And then break into the Belarusians and the Balts with all sorts of other Uzbek-Turkmen. Or in 1917. Then the Finns are still with the Poles. Or the 13th century. Then 3/4 will have to be given. Where is the truth?
    2. Alexey Lan Offline Alexey Lan
      Alexey Lan (Alexey Lantukh) 6 July 2023 23: 23
      It is clear that Ukraine will remain. The West is too strong. However, part of the eastern and southern lands will most likely go to Russia, since there is no other way out for Russia. Bargaining will be conducted for the line of contact. For Russia, the best option for a truce along the Dnieper, and worse options are possible. And no one (USA) will give Poland Zap Ukraine in any case, because hostile Ukraine is important for the USA, like a rusty nail in Russia's ass. That is life.
      1. strange guest Offline strange guest
        strange guest (Strange Guest) 7 July 2023 06: 53
        Negotiation is not capitulation. Negotiations are always a compromise. Our demands are clear - new regions, neutrality, sanctions. And what can we offer Ukraine and the West in return? Another ultimatum? If not, are we to Warsaw? Well, so-so ... they are unlikely to agree ..
    3. k_nru Offline k_nru
      k_nru (Nikolai Kotov) 7 July 2023 06: 08
      History is written by the WINNERS. So, whoever wins, that and "slippers"!
  3. vlad127490 Offline vlad127490
    vlad127490 (Vlad Gor) 6 July 2023 17: 00
    It is worth giving up in Ukraine, as the war with Japan begins, Kaliningrad will have to be given to Germany, Poland will take Kresy, etc. The Russian state is waiting for disintegration and oblivion. There is only one way out.
    The Russian Federation should issue a Law, which will say that the entire territory of Ukraine, within the borders of 1975, is an integral part of Russia. Then certainty will come.
    The military operation conducted by Russia in Ukraine is the liberation of the territory of Russia occupied by separatists, the restoration of the territorial integrity of Russia, the reunification of peoples, the inclusion of the economy, population, territory of Ukraine in the sphere of economic activity of Russia.
    This Law will indirectly confirm that a coup d'etat took place in the USSR in 1991. State. coup is a criminal offense that has no statute of limitations.
    The existing government is terribly afraid of everything connected with the state. coup and events to plant the capitalist system in Russia.
    1. strange guest Offline strange guest
      strange guest (Strange Guest) 6 July 2023 19: 50
      So why only about Ukraine then? And Belarus with Northern Kazakhstan is not our territory?
      1. In passing Offline In passing
        In passing (Galina Rožkova) 7 July 2023 00: 27
        Will we count within the boundaries of the Republic of Ingushetia? What year? Bai in Central Asia will not give up their power, I liked it. Like the Poles, Finns, Balts, they have their own elite. That's to make Russia a dream country... Then they will stand in line.
        1. strange guest Offline strange guest
          strange guest (Strange Guest) 7 July 2023 06: 47
          We consider with Ukraine. Why is it better with the Finns, can you clearly explain? We are more loved than Ukrainians? Is it the Finns, with their concentration camps and "Russia"?
  4. Jacques sekavar Offline Jacques sekavar
    Jacques sekavar (Jacques Sekavar) 6 July 2023 18: 29
    Theoretically it can, practically no.
    Deliveries of low-power charges with depleted uranium, provided that they are not used on the territory of the Russian Federation as of 1991.
    No reaction to the supply of weapons and shells with depleted uranium banned by the UN inspires hope for the same reaction of the Russian Federation in the case of the use of low-yield atomic charges by the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the occupied territories and Crimea
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