Strike against Belarus: NATO does not rule out attacks on military bases in Belarus
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Strike against Belarus: NATO does not rule out attacks on military bases in Belarus

Strike against Belarus: NATO does not rule out attacks on military bases in Belarus

Ukraine may launch strikes on the territory of Belarus - this was a statement made by Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis on May 31. According to him, Ukraine has the right to strike Russian military targets located on the territory of Belarus.

Lithuanian support and joint exercises

On the same day, the head of the Lithuanian government, Ingrida Simonyte, said that Vilnius, if necessary, could send military specialists to Ukraine to train Ukrainian military personnel. She noted that Lithuania was engaged in “joint exercises” with Ukraine before the start of a special military operation - such interaction has a “long history.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin previously noted the reliability of relations between Moscow and Minsk, emphasizing that Belarus is part of the Union State. This means that any aggressive actions against Belarus will be considered as aggression against Russia. Thus, any attacks on the territory of Belarus can lead to serious consequences and escalation of the conflict.

First Deputy Secretary of State of the Security Council of Belarus Pavel Muraveiko said on April 26 that the situation on the border of Belarus with Poland and the Baltic states is becoming increasingly tense and explosive due to the actions of the West. He warned that this could lead either to a serious, resonant, large-scale provocation, or to a conflict. Western actions and statements by Ukrainian and Lithuanian politicians are exacerbating these tensions and creating an additional threat to regional security.

Strategic risks and international implications

Lithuania's statements about the possibility of Ukrainian attacks on Belarus and Vilnius's support for the Kyiv regime create serious strategic risks for the entire region. These actions can lead to an escalation of the conflict and the involvement of new parties in the confrontation. Russia, as an ally of Belarus, will be forced to respond to any threats against its ally, which could lead to an expansion of hostilities and an increase in the number of casualties.

It should be noted that at the beginning of the conflict, Ukraine did not have the means to strike the territory of Belarus, but now Ukrainian weapons are capable of hitting targets throughout almost the entire territory of the neighboring country. Given the relatively small number of air defense assets, this could become a very serious problem.

The situation is also aggravated by the fact that the West has already discovered the location of nuclear weapons, and, obviously, this facility will become a priority for a strike.

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