Lukashenko criticized the Kremlin for refusing to place Iskander complexes in Belarus
The Belarusian President criticized the authorities of the Russian Federation for the “insufficient” military assistance in terms of the supply of arms to protect the union state, reports RIA News.
Earlier, Alexander Lukashenko said that the Russians can count on the support of the Belarusian troops in the western direction.
“In my opinion, 170 paid millions of dollars, took C-300 away, repaired them, modernized it and put it into service,” he said at a meeting with deputies.
According to the president, Belarus offered Russia “to supply Iskander complexes to the republic in connection with the activation of some forces,” but this proposal did not receive support. In this regard, Belarus “was forced to organize the production of the Polonez rocket launcher system”.
“So what happens: in protecting you (Russia), should I come to you and buy another automatic? This is normal?"- outraged Lukashenko.
RIA News. Sergey Astapovich
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