This message is a part of a widespread disinformation narrative about the aggressive West vis-a-vis Belarus.
There is no evidence of an impending attack on Belarus. The West is not interested in an escalation of the ongoing war in Ukraine. No neighbouring countries are preparing to attack Belarus. Poland and the Baltic States adhere to international law regarding state borders and have no territorial claims upon Belarus or others.
With the ongoing Russian aggressive war against Ukraine, European countries are forced to strengthen their borders, increase the defense capability of their armies, in order to resist any external aggression.
Belarus itself is an accomplice in aggression in this war. Belarus has served as a staging post for Russian troops, missiles and aircraft, both before and after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022.
On 2 March 2022, the Council of the EU imposed further sanctions on Belarus for its role in the Russian military aggression on Ukraine. The UK and the U.S. Treasury have also imposed similar measures.
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