Lithuania says Russian military aid in Belarus means invasion


Russian army assist in Belarus would represent "an invasion", Lithuanian overseas affairs minister Linas Linkevicius stated on Monday.

Lithuania says Russian military aid in Belarus means "invasion"


"There are no motives for army guide from Russia, and no felony or different grounds for it. It would represent an invasion into the United States and would damage the final traces of its, independence" Linkevicius advised newshounds in Vilnius.

"Russia would hazard a lot if it did it, in the face of what is going on in Belarus, in the face of the famous support. It must determine out that an invasion would no longer be justified, neither legally, nor morally, nor politically", he added.

The Kremlin stated on Monday that Russian President Vladimir Putin had informed longtime Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko that Moscow used to be equipped to aid Belarus in accordance with a collective navy pact if necessary.

He additionally stated exterior stress was once being utilized’ to the country, though he did now not say the place from. (Reporting by Andrius Sytas; Editing with the aid of Hugh Lawson)

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