Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko said that Minsk intends to leave the Russian S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems and Iskander missile systems for territory of the republic.
“We agreed with Russia that we will probably leave the S-400s that we have. He will “see” from Minsk to Berlin,” the president emphasized, quoted by BelTA.
At the same time, the head of Belarus announced plans to buy Iskander complexes from the Russian Federation. As Lukashenka explained, Minsk needs this equipment to ensure the defense of the country.
Earlier, the Belarusian leader noted that Moscow would support the republic in the field of rocket production. According to the President, the Russian authorities will allow their colleagues to use the experience of the creators of the Iskander rocket.