The Ministry of Internal Affairs considers Lukashenka’s order on a ground operation in Ukraine unlikely

The fact that the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko may in the near future instruct his army to start a ground operation on the territory of Ukraine is unlikely.

Adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs Vadym Denisenko said this on the air of the All-Ukrainian telethon, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“To say that Lukashenka will in the near future instruct his army to start a ground operation on the territory of Ukraine … still, this is still unlikely,” he said.

Separately, he recalled that the forces of the Belarusian army are conducting exercises in the Belarusian direction.

Denisenko specified that on Tuesday there were a lot of different stuffing and information that Smerchs and other artillery installations were going to the border with Ukraine.

“In principle, I would like to say that in Belarus there is a single training ground where such shooting and exercises can be carried out, and it is located relatively close to the Ukrainian border. And, unfortunately, because of this, Ukraine must concentrate and leave rather large forces on the border with Belarus,” Denisenko said.

At the same time, as the adviser to the interior minister said, despite the fact that the situation is still somewhat tense, it is still unlikely that Lukashenka will order his army to launch a ground operation in Ukraine in the near future.

In turn, answering the questions on which directions the enemy forces are concentrated, Denisenko noted that the most active actions are now taking place in the Luhansk region – first of all, this is Rubizhne, etc. According to him, the Russians are concentrating a lot of forces there and are trying to conduct active operations.

“Yesterday they (the Russians – ed.) even spread a statement that they had already completely reached the borders of the Luhansk region. And they approached the borders of the Luhansk region in one of the places, but yesterday it immediately began to be replicated in the Russian media and, unfortunately, in a number of Ukrainian media, which simply, unfortunately, did not want to look at the map,” the adviser to the minister informed .

Speaking about other areas where active hostilities are taking place, he clarified that these are also the Donetsk and Izyum areas, where the invaders continue to concentrate, and where, according to the Ukrainian military, they are strengthening air reconnaissance and their groups. And also – the hero city of Mariupol.

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“And the heroes holding the city, they continue to hold the Ukrainian flag over Azovstal. And the Ukrainian authorities are doing everything in their power to try to help these people and so that the defenders of Azovstal and Mariupol can get out of Azovstal through certain humanitarian corridors. Unfortunately, everything rests on the position of Vladimir Putin,” said the adviser to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

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As reported, on May 8, Vadim Denisenko, an adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs, said that it was possible to return to Kyiv and the region, since the military did not predict a direct attack by the Russians on the capital.

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