Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko accuses Kyiv of "provoking" his country and says his army intercepted missiles fired at Belarus by Ukrainian forces "around three days ago". The claim came one week after Ukraine said missiles struck a border region from Belarus, a long-term Russian ally that supported the February 24 invasion. But Lukashenko denied any involvement, which would represent an escalation of the conflict.
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