DIU representative says FSB and KGB still press Belarus to attack Ukraine
The terrorist state of Russia is still trying to draw Belarus into a direct military confrontation with Ukraine. The enemy special services - the Russian FSB and the Belarusian KGB - are actively working on this issue.
At the same time, the involvement of the Belarusian army in a ground operation in the war against Ukraine is a strategic task of the Kremlin. This was stated by a representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Andriy Yusov, on Radio NV.
According to him, Russian special services have made many attempts to involve the Belarusian army in a full-fledged ground operation against Ukraine since the beginning of the full-scale invasion. So far, the occupiers have failed. At the same time, Yusov noted that the Russians will continue to try to fully involve Belarus in the war against Ukraine.
The Russians may organize various provocations to achieve this goal. Yusov emphasized that the Russian Federation has exact information about all critical infrastructure facilities in Belarus. At the same time, Minsk understands what Moscow's goals are too and knows that direct participation in the war against Ukraine is not in their interests.
The DIU representative explained that the Russians can imitate the penetration of "saboteurs" into the territory of Belarus, use UAVs to target infrastructure facilities, and carry out other provocations.
As a reminder, an explosion occurred in Belarus near Minsk late on October 5. Belarusian security forces said that a "terrorist attack" had allegedly been committed at the Ozerishche station, which resulted in the explosion of the railroad.
Earlier, self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko hinted that his country already has a secret weapon. He threatened that Belarus could inflict "unacceptable losses on the enemy."
As reported by OBOZ.UA, the United States has repeatedly stated that it is closely monitoring the situation with the deployment of Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus. Washington monitors reports and statements on this issue and ensures that Russia complies with its non-proliferation obligations.