"People often ask me: will you come to the parade in Moscow? Of course. If no one comes to Moscow from Belarus, then who will come? Obviously, no one will be coming from Ukraine," Lukashenko said, as quoted by the Belta news agency.
He noted that Minsk was also planning to hold similar celebrations.
"There is one problem. We will be holding the same events, so we are figuring out ways for me to come there. I do not know, maybe, due to the events happening there and the psychosis they are plagued by [amid coronavirus outbreak], they will not even hold these events," Lukashenko said, adding that Belarus has not yet cancelled the celebrations.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said earlier this week that the decision on the celebrations in Moscow, scheduled for May 9, would depend on the development of the coronavirus outbreak.