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Lukashenko: We will continue to support Russia, we have a united army
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has said his country is fully behind Russia in its military efforts in Ukraine and the two countries will "stay together".
At a ceremony marking the liberation of Minsk from Soviet troops yesterday, Lukashenko said he had thrown his weight behind Vladimir Putin's campaign against Ukraine "from day one".
He said: "Today, we are being criticized for being the only country in the world that supports Russia in its fight against Nazism. We support and will continue to support Russia.
And those who criticize us, don't they know that we have such a close union with the Russian Federation? That we practically have a united army. But you knew all that. We will remain together with brotherly Russia."
Belarus has been committed to a "union state" with Russia since the 1990s, but little progress has been made in implementing the plan and in the past year Lukashenko has insisted that his country must retain its "sovereignty".