Lukashenko will not allow using its territory to attack Russia to Ukraine – Poroshenko

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko will not allow the Kremlin to attack the Ukraine from the territory of Belarus.

This was stated by President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko during a rapid collection of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

“In the North of the Kremlin is increasing pressure on Belarus. Although I am sure that President Lukashenko will not allow what he told me on several occasions, to use its territory for hostile activities against us,” he said.

Poroshenko particularly noted that recently Lukashenko has banned the use of fake “passports LDNR” as the documents travel through the territory of Belarus.

The President advised Belarus and the Baltic States to be ready “for any surprises from Moscow”, because the aggressive policy is an element of threat game, which leads the Russian leadership to radically change the geopolitical landscape of the European continent.

We will remind, earlier the Director of FSB of Russia has signed the order, which suggests that between Belarus and Russia establish border zone. The foreign Ministry of Belarus stated that this was done without the knowledge of the country in violation of existing agreements, but, urged not to dramatize the situation.