BYPOL is made up of former Belarusian law enforcement officers who oppose Lukashenko’s illegal rule.
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“I believe Lukashenko decided to invade,” Azarov said.
“And he will invade Ukraine only under certain conditions, if he is sure of some kind of victory for Russia. There is no specific date as it is not clear.”
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According to experts, readiness is manifested by the “endless” military training of the Belarusian army.
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“First of all, it is special operations forces, air defense, air force, engineers, electronic warfare units. They are the first to receive training, ”explains Azarov.
On November 4, Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko announced that he had no plans to send Belarusian troops to fight in Ukraine.
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