Belarusian Leader Alexander Lukashenko claimed on Saturday that Ukraine tried to attack its neighbor Belarus a few days ago.
According to Russia's Tass News Agency, he said missiles were fired by Ukrainian forces but were intercepted by Belarus.
Lukashenko said Belarus does not want to fight Ukraine, but will not hold back if Ukranian forces enter its territory and kills its people.
Lukashenko's hold on power depends much on Russia and its leader Vladimir Putin.
He let Russian troops cross through Belarus on their way to attack the Ukranian capital Kyiv.