World War Three WILL break out if West keeps helping Ukraine, warns Putin’s dictator pal

VLADIMIR Putin’s dictator pal has warned the West it risks World War Three by supplying weapons to Ukraine.

Alexander Lukashenko, the president of Belarus, made the claim as he met the Russian tyrant, whose brutal invasion of Ukraine he’s backed.

In a letter to the UN Secretary General, Lukashenko said Belarus "calls on the countries of the world to unite and prevent the regional conflict in Europe from escalating into a full-scale world war!".

As Putin and Lukashenko held their meeting, Russian TV once again ramped up its bellicose rhetoric about the war in Ukraine, warning Moscow would start a nuclear war rather than accept defeat.

Lukashenko – dubbed Europe's last dictator – has remained loyal to Putin in the face of almost universal condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the pair met this week.

In his bizarre letter he told António Guterres to way to ensure peace was for the West to "refrain from arms supplies, from information warfare and any provocations, from inflating hate speech in the media”.

READ MORE ON UKRAINE

Putin is riddled with disease & will end up dead like Saddam, says spy boss

Aerial pics reveal Mariupol’s devastated steelworks after missile blitz

Lukashenko’s intervention comes as the head of state-backed RT Margarita Simonyan said Russia would rather unleash nuclear war than accept defeat in the Ukraine war.

“They all believe that we will lose and the west will win,” she said.

“They don't understand that it's impossible. It's simply impossible, it will never happen. Either we win, or this will end badly for all of humanity, there is no other way.”

She also said that one strike of the Sarmat nuclear missile – known as the Satan-2 – would be “enough to destroy the coast”of the United States.

Most read in News

GUN MASSACRE

11 shot dead as gunmen storm hotel and two bars in Mexico bloodbath

‘POISON’ NURSE

'Killer' nurse accused of poisoning child looks carefree in first photo

INCEST CULT

Teen in inbred family told pal: We don't know which brother got my sis pregnant

PARTY DOWN

Drunk 'idiots' on wild boat stag party SINK 30ft barge and crash another

But it would not be practical to nuke the country as it would impossible to separate Russians from Ukrainians, Simonyan told panel discussion on the war.

“If wanted to, couldn’t we have dealt with Ukraine, in a matter of hours, not days,” she said.

“But we’re conducting a special military operation, that’s why it’s not war.

“We pity all of them over there, we understand that many of them are our own people who are hostages of those who aren’t ours.

“We can’t separate them, some here, some there, and strike them with Sarmat. We’ll be the ones having to rebuild it.”

Meanwhile, it has emerged the Royal Navy could join allies to escort Ukrainian grain exports and alleviate the global food crisis, The Times reports.

The ships would be part of a "coalition of the willing" that would break Russia's blockade in weeks by providing a "protective corridor" from Odesa through the Bosphorus.

The action comes as amid of a world food crisis and the US has said it was sending long-range missiles to take out Russian ships.

Read More on The Sun

I’m a plus sized style guru – how to hide your stomach easily and fashionably

We put trampoline in garden & neighbours moaned – but our daughter needs it

Gabrielius Landsbergis, the Lithuanian foreign minister has discussed the corridor with Foreign Secretary Liz Truss.

He said the coalition could include some Nato countries and other countries reliant on the grain.

    Source: Read Full Article