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Belarus ministry of emergency situations receive military training ready for ‘armed conflict’

by LLB political Reporter
25th Jul 23 4:23 pm

Employees at the Belarusian ministry of situations are receiving military training for potential “armed conflict,” however it is not known what type of conflict they are expecting.

The emergency minister Vadim Sinyavsky said that his staff will be fully trained and armed, and they will be ready to defend the government buildings in an “event of an armed conflict or some kind of riots.”

Belarusian forces are also being trained by battle hardened Wagner fighters and there is between 3,450 and 3,650 mercenaries in Belarus.

The Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko warned that Wagner fighters are “itching” to attack Poland and they have reportedly said “let’s go on an excursion to Warsaw.”

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The Ukrainian government posted a video on Twitter which shows Vladimir Putin with Lukashenko and the Belarusian dictator said, “They are asking to go to the West. I said, ‘Why do you want to go west?’ So they say, ‘We control what happens: let’s go on an excursion to Warsaw and Rzeszow’.”

Poland has been redirecting their troops and on Friday soldiers were sent to the eastern front as Wagner fighters are training Belarusian forces which is “undoubtedly a provocation.”

The head of Poland’s security committee, Zbigniew Hoffmann, told state run media that the defence minister has moved troops to the eastern front after they have analysed all “possible threats.”

Putin sent a warning shot to Warsaw regarding their actions of building up troops on the Polish Belarus border, the Kremlin warned that any aggression the is perceived against Minsk will be met “with all means at our disposal.”

The Kremlin has said that Poland’s move to bolster their defences on the border as “aggressive” and the spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the move is a “cause for concern.”

Peskov told reporters, “Of course it is a cause for concern. The aggressiveness of Poland is a reality.

“Such a hostile attitude towards Belarus and the Russian Federation requires heightened attention [from our side].”

Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak said on Thursday he has ordered troops from the country’s west to Biala Podlaska, to move around 45 kilometres west from Brest, and in Kolno, further north.

Blaszczak said on state Radio 1, “We must bear in mind that bringing a few thousand of Wagner’s forces into Belarus poses a threat to our country, hence my decision to move some military units from Poland’s west to Poland’s east.

“Their task it is to train and to deter an aggressor, it is to show Russia that Poland’s border should not be crossed, that it would not pay off to attack Poland.”

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