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Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Belarus Dictator Appeared To Show Russian Plans To Invade Moldova

Alexander Lukashenko, Belarus
An official image handout by Belarus shows Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko standing next to a map purportedly detailing Russia’s combat plan to capture Ukraine’s major cities.

Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko appeared to broadcast a planned Russian invasion of Moldova during an address to his security council Tuesday that was televised and posted online by the autocratic regime.

Lukashenko — a wartime ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin who has called himself the “last dictator” in Europe — stood in front of a battle command map that appeared to show a planned attack from southern Ukraine into Moldova, a former Soviet republic that borders Ukraine and Romania.

The blatant invasion map divided Ukraine into four sections, where lines of attack it highlighted had already been executed by Russia, except for what appeared to be a planned attack on the Moldova breakaway state of Transnistria through Ukraine’s port of Odessa, Belarusian journalist Tadeusz Giczan noted


Alexander Lukashenko, Belarus
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko was exposed on a broadcast detailing Russia’s plans.
An inset map of the US and Canada also bizarrely appeared on the huge chart of Eastern Europe, but nothing in the North American section was highlighted.

Lukashenko’s war map gave new credence to reports that Belarus was planning to deploy its own troops to Ukraine, to bolster Russia’s invasion, which has become increasingly violent as the country failed to win decisive military victories.

Ukraine Refugges
Earlier this year, Ukrainian military intelligence warned that Russia was planning false flag operations in Moldova as a pretext for military intervention in Transnistria, which is controlled by pro-Russian separatists, Al Jazeera reported.

[ By New York Post ]

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