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Russia Plans to Transfer Part of the Troops From Belarus to the East of Ukraine

The Russian occupiers are planning to send almost 2,000 of their troops from Belarus to Russia, in order to later involve them in military operations in the east of Ukraine.

Source: briefing by the speaker of the State Border Guard Service Andrey Demchenko

Direct speech: “We know that measures have now begun to withdraw part of the Russian military to the territory of Russia from Belarus.

Earlier, we reported that about 4,000 Russian military personnel are stationed on the territory of Belarus. After the events that have just begun, their number will decrease further.

According to our data, about 2,000 military men will leave Belarus, whom Russia plans to involve in military operations in the east of Ukraine in the future to strengthen its grouping.”

Details: According to the representative of the border guards, nothing has changed in the actions of those units of the Belarusian army that strengthen the border with Ukraine, and they are at a certain distance from the Ukrainian border.

He added that the border should be ready for the development of any situation: “We understand the insidiousness of the enemy. Therefore, from our side, as before, both the border lines and the border lines are being strengthened.”

Demchenko explained that the fortification is necessary so that all components of the defense forces have every opportunity to repel any attack from this direction or counter any provocations in this area.


  • On Friday, Lukashenka, in the course of his message to the Belarusian people, said that  NATO countries are preparing to invade  Belarusian territory.
  • On behalf of the self-proclaimed President Alexander Lukashenko, Belarus began checking the combat readiness of the Armed Forces of Belarus.
  • The self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, while addressing the Belarusian people, said that Russian troops in the country are subordinate to him, and not to the President of the Russian Federation.
  • In general, Lukashenko devoted the lion’s share of his message to the people not to Belarus, but to the Russian war against Ukraine, many times emphasized the need for  negotiations between Zelensky and Putin,  and also scared a little with nuclear weapons and the fact that Russia allegedly had not yet deployed its war machine in full force.

Source : Українська правда

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