Kiev responded to Lukashenka’s statement on transportation of weapons from Ukraine

Kiev responded to the words of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko about the transportation of “a terrorist group “weapons from the territory of Ukraine. The press secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Oleg Nikolenko called these statements insinuations, reports UNIAN .

“The rhetoric about external interference, in particular the mantra about” weapons from Ukraine “, clearly fits into Lukashenka’s policy of intimidating the Belarusian people. Ukraine is not an enemy of Belarus,” Nikolenko said.

Earlier Lukashenka said that the “terrorist group” revealed by the special services on December 8 planned to arrange attacks throughout the country and imported tons of weapons from Ukraine. According to him, the matter concerns the so-called “Autukhovich’s group” of seven people, which is suspected of setting fire to the house of one of the policemen and blowing up a car. Now its members are in custody. “The scoundrels are the last. Now we have opened all their channels. They were carrying tons of weapons through Ukraine,” the politician said.