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Kaliningrad governor doubted the possibility of a provocation from Poland and Lithuania

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The government of the Kaliningrad region is not afraid of possible provocations on the border from neighboring states. The corresponding statement was made by the governor of the region, Anton Alikhanov.

He stressed that the Kaliningrad region has no borders with Ukraine. Near the region are only Poland and Lithuania. According to Alikhanov, it is unlikely that the authorities of these countries will do anything, RIA Novosti reported.

“I don’t think so… We are not on the border of Ukraine, we are on the border of Poland and Lithuania, so I don’t think they will do anything,” Alikhanov said.

Earlier, State Secretary of the Belarusian Security Council Alexander Volfovich warned that in case of aggression from the West, the republic will respond. He did not ignore that the countries were preparing a large-scale provocation against Minsk.

Source: Riafan

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