“Today I will cross the Ukrainian border and fight against our old common enemy, the Russians.” So said Pavel Kulazhanka, one of the many Belarusian dissidents who have chosen to join the Ukrainians in the fight against the Russians. He says this is also a war for their homeland, Belarus.
“Without a free and independent Ukraine, there will be no free Belarus.”
Recall that the day before NATO announced that Lukashenko, is planning the invasion of Ukraine in the coming days.
“Belarus could attack Ukraine soon,” said a senior NATO intelligence official.
He also stressed that Belarus is preparing to potentially allow Russia to deploy nuclear weapons on Belarusian soil.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, he said the alliance is concerned that Belarusian troops could join the war in Ukraine, writes The Guardian.
“The Belarusian government is preparing the environment to justify a Belarusian offensive against Ukraine and the imminent deployment of Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus,” he said.