On Aug. 28, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko addressed representatives of a trade union in Orsha, claiming that the United States and European countries were gearing up for war against Belarus.
He said unnamed Western countries had no need for Belarus itself, but that the country is a “springboard” for an invasion of Russia.
Lukashenko claimed there were “tank tracks on the territory of Poland and Lithuania” (both NATO members), and that American aircraft had flown from Germany to the border of Belarus before turning back.
The statement is misleading.
There is no evidence of a NATO military buildup along the borders of Belarus. Lukashenko also made the claim earlier, on Aug. 16, and NATO denied it.
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