The President expressed the opinion that today’s war might start not from external aggression, but from within the country, as foreign countries are trying to influence the minds of people and split the civil society of the republic.
“It will start by wreaking havoc in our country and then, if necessary, introduce foreign troops here,” Lukashenko added.
The president noted the aggravation of geopolitical tensions between the East and the West: “The strategic rivalry of the world’s strongest threatens to enter a different, more dangerous phase. At the same time there is a constant strengthening of the offensive potential of the North Atlantic …
The president drew attention to the fact that now war does not usually begin with aggression from the outside:
“It will begin from within, with the destruction of the minds of our people. It will start by wreaking havoc in our country and then, if necessary, by bringing in foreign troops here. This is what we talked about. This is the essence of our National Security Concept.