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how Belarus can help Russia – UNIAN

Russian special forces of the security forces are now on Belarusian territory, the General Staff of the Ukrainian army noted.

Belarus can help the Russian Federation in the war against Ukraine with equipment removed from storage, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine warned / photo t.me/modmilby

Belarus can provide the Russian Federation for wars with Ukraine decommissioned military equipment and weapons.

The army of Belarus, under the pretext of conducting exercises, is decommissioning and maintaining military equipment and weapons, said during briefing Oleksiy Gromov, Deputy Chief of the Main Operational Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

“… Considering the aggressor’s heavy losses in weapons and military equipment, as well as the slightly better condition and storage conditions of this equipment in the warehouses of the Armed Forces of Belarus, it is not excluded that our neighbor will provide the said weapons and military equipment for the Russian aggressor,” he said.

In addition, it became known that the Belarusian side is actively carrying out measures to build military infrastructure on the territory of the former Zyabrovka airfield in the Gomel region (borders with Ukraine).

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The General Staff believes that in the future Belarus may allow the Russian Federation to deploy another military base on this territory.

Gromov added that Russian special forces of the security forces and members of private military campaigns are now on Belarusian territory.

Recall that Russian troops invaded Ukraine early in the morning on February 24. In particular, the enemy broke into Ukrainian soil from Belarusian territory. Also, Ukrainian military and civilian infrastructure was fired from Belarus.

Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak said that the likelihood of a large-scale participation of the Belarusian army in the war of Russia against Ukraine is not very high.

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