Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko continues to support the Kremlin’s actions in its invasion of Ukraine and has become almost completely dependent on Russia.
According to Ukrinform, this conclusion is contained in the morning report of British intelligence, published on Sunday on the page of the British Ministry of Defense in Twitter.
“On July 28, 2022, Russia launched at least 20 missiles into northern Ukraine from Belarus. This happened after Russia used the territory of Belarus as the main direction of the failed attempt to seize Kyiv in February.
As noted in the summary, Lukashenka continues to support Moscow in its war against Ukraine. In particular, British intelligence recalls that on July 21, the Belarusian dictator said that Ukraine should accept Russia’s demands to end the war.
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“His (Lukashenko – ed.) regime is becoming more and more authoritarian, in particular, after the spread of the death penalty for (accusation) of “preparing terrorist acts.” His accusations against the West of trying to influence Belarus and Ukraine, which are further increasing and unfounded, probably indicate that he (Lukashenko) has become almost completely dependent on Russia,” the message says.
As Ukrinform reported, on July 30, Belarus once again extended military exercises near the Ukrainian border until at least August 6. The total number of such “continuations” is 14 weeks from April 29 of the current year.
According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, at present there are no signs of the formation of offensive groups on the border of Belarus with Ukraine, the situation in the Volyn and Polesye directions remains unchanged.