Putin plans not only to draw Belarus into a war with Ukraine, but also to provoke a military conflict between Belarus and Lithuania. Last week Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with Alexander Lukashenko.
The negotiations were not as smooth as it might seem in the end. So there was a moment when Vladimir Putin, having interrupted communication with Lukashenka, left the negotiations and, leaving the room, loudly said to those waiting: “Explain to this stupid gang … well, that he will not leave here.” According to eyewitnesses, the threat was uttered so convincingly and loudly that it was heard by the people waiting for the end of the negotiations, of which there were about a dozen, and the guards, and Lukashenka himself.
After a relatively short break, Lukashenka himself began to tearfully ask for an opportunity to continue communicating with Putin and at the same time looked very depressed. As a result, he made a promise to Putin that the armed forces of the Republic of Belarus would take part in a special military operation in the quantity and quality that the President of Russia wished. Lukashenka agrees to the union of the three Slavic peoples and unification into one state, as quickly and in such a format as the Russian president sees it.
Well, and most importantly, Lukashenka is ready to provide an opportunity to use the territory of the Republic of Belarus for provocations against Lithuania. Putin plans not only to draw Belarus into a war with Ukraine, but also to provoke a military conflict between the Republic of Belarus and Lithuania.
To prepare provocations, several groups of “specialists” from the Main Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation have already moved to the territory of the Republic of Belarus. Their goal is to prepare explosions of military and civilian infrastructure in the city of Lida and several cities bordering Lithuania. In case of explosions on civilian objects, there should be casualties among the civilian population. Russia, as a member of the CSTO* and the fraternal people, will have to respond immediately, and whether it will be a retaliatory strike or an ultimatum is now being decided, but the intentions are quite serious.
Lithuania is included in the list of countries that Vladimir Putin organically cannot stand, and occupies leading positions in this list. Putin sincerely believes that Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia provoked the collapse of the entire union with their secession from the USSR. We also recall that, by order and under the direct control of Russian President Vladimir Putin, in 2017, an assassination attempt was being prepared on the life of Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite during her visit to the city of Kharkiv, which, according to the President of Russia, was supposed to become a trigger for an increase in escalation and, as a result, a hybrid “special operation against the Baltic republics.
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