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Belarus is increasing fuel supplies to Russia: the CNS disclosed the details

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Putin and Lukashenko in the Kremlin. Photo by the Kremlin press service

Belarus, controlled by the regime of dictator Alexander Lukashenko, is increasing fuel supplies to the aggressor country of Russia. The increase in volumes is due to a shortage caused by repairs at Russian oil refineries.

This was reported on May 18 by the Center of National Resistance of the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. "Kremlin-occupied Belarus is increasing fuel supplies to Russia due to a shortage caused by repairs at enemy refineries," the statement said.

Citing the testimony of local residents, the CNS added that the oil refining sector of Belarus has seen a surge in the production of aviation jet fuel and its supply to Russia by rail.

Belarus is increasing fuel supplies to Russia: the CNS disclosed the details

The transportation in Belarus is being guarded by Wagner PMC fighters and a security battalion of the Belarusian Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA).

"Russia without fuel is a perfect illustration of Putin's rule. However, Lukashenka's regime is not able to cover the deficit and is only a method of patching holes. But his assistance is evidence of the self-proclaimed dictator's aggression against our country and the occupied republic's participation in the war against Ukraine," the National Resistance Center stated.

Belarus is increasing fuel supplies to Russia: the CNS disclosed the details

As reported by OBOZ.UA:

– The Tuapse refinery in the Krasnodar Territory of the Russian Federation, the only one on the Russian Black Sea coast, has urgently shut down after a UAV attack on the night of May 17. The attack targeted a liquefied petroleum gas production unit.

– Later it became known that the explosions at the Tuapse refinery and other Russian military facilities were a joint operation of the SBU and the DIU.

– The Tuapse refinery was already attacked by drones in January 2024, after which it was closed for about three months. It resumed operations only at the end of April.

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