Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Saturday Ukraine had tried to strike military facilities on Belarusian territory three days ago, but all its missiles had been intercepted, the state-run Belta news agency reported.
Lukashenko, who did not provide evidence for the claim, said Belarus does not want war with Ukraine.
"We are being provoked. I must tell you that around three days ago, maybe more, they tried to strike military targets in Belarus from Ukraine. Thank God, our Pantsir anti-air systems intercepted all the missiles fired by the Ukrainian forces," Lukashenko was quoted as saying by state news agency Belta.