According to the head of state, Belarus's neighbors are beginning to interfere in the country's internal affairs, waging a "diplomatic war", APA reports citing BelTA
He noted that Minsk has to spend a lot of money to stabilize the situation on the western borders.
“You see these statements that if Belarus disintegrates, the Grodno region will go to Poland. They already openly talk about it, sleep and see. They will not succeed in this regard, I know this for sure”, said Lukashenka.
“Today there are enough of those who would like to chop off at least a piece of this land, especially this western pearl of Belarus,” Lukashenka said.