The dictator believes NATO's activation is a threat.
Lukashenka stated that at a meeting with cadets, students and tutors of the Military Academy, BelTA informs.
"Today we see that activities of the North Atlantic Alliance on the European continent have increasingly intensified. Expansion of military blocks, development and introduction of new technologies of armed confrontation aggravate the situation near our borders. Everyone should know that Belarus will not give up on implementation of a peaceful foreign policy," he stressed.
Lukashenka says that the country will continue defending its interests, including within the framework of the joint defense doctrine with its strategic partner - the Russian Federation, a single grouping has been created with.
"This is our main ally. We will always be together, no matter how much we argue," the dictator stated.