‘We Are Preparing for War,’ Says Belarus’s Lukashenko

“We are preparing for war, and I am talking about this frankly,” Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko said on April 2.

Lukashenko, a longtime ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, emphasized that his country is not seeking conflict but is nevertheless actively preparing for war.

If you want peace, prepare for war. If someone from [hostile countries] pushes us and criticizes us, know that we are doing the right thing.
—Alexander Lukashenko

The same day, Belarus began military drills in areas near the border of Ukraine, Lithuania and Poland. The exercises will continue for three days and prepare troops on how to defend their respective regions. Troops will also learn the procedure to follow if martial law is enacted.

Soviet ally: Belarus’s relations with Europe have increasingly deteriorated, especially after Lukashenko allowed Russia to use its territory to launch an attack on Ukraine in February 2022.

Formerly part of the Soviet Union, Belarus has in recent years become a fully subordinated Russian satellite state with robust political and military ties. The Bible indicates that Russia will soon lead an alliance of nations that is far stronger than the Soviet Union was. As Belarus prepares for war, it is helping lay the groundwork for this future military juggernaut.

To learn more about this alliance and where it will lead, read The Prophesied ‘Prince of Russia.’