Ukraine could have “counterattacked Belarusian territory for the first time” as a military airfield at “Zyabrovka” which is used by Russia’s air force was blown up.
Unconfirmed reports said that explosions were heard at the airfield in Belarus which is mainly used by Russia.
Visegrad 24 reported, “Eight large explosions reported from Ziabrauka airfield near Homel in Belarus.
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“Lots of Russian military gear is stationed there and the Russians often launch attack against Ukraine from Ziabrauka.
“Ukraine might have counterattacked Belarusian territory for the first time.”
However Alexander Lukashenko said that a vehicle had caught fire and the Belarusian Ministry of Defence said on Wednesday that the vehicle had caught on fire as a result of an “inspection run” in the military area near to Homel.
It has been widely reported that experts have been warning that the Kremlin could plotting to use Belarus for an all out strike against NATO.
Dr Yuri Felshtinsky, author of forthcoming book “Blowing up Ukraine: The Return of Russian Terror and the Threat of World War III,” Vladimir Putin could use Belarus to start a full-on nuclear war.
Speaking to the Express.co.uk he said, “Russia does not have weapons to win the war through conventional methods.
“So what he will do and trust me, that’s what he will do – although this is so terrible that people probably would refuse to believe it and refuse to see this way – he will move nuclear weapons to Belarus if he is allowed to do this.
“And I’m sure that there are ways to prevent him from doing this.
“But if he is allowed to move nuclear weapons to Belarus, they will fire from Belarus and then retaliation will be against Belarus.
“And it’s, by the way, very questionable to me if you could retaliate against Belarus with nuclear weapons, because it’s a small state deep into Europe, and radiation probably will spread beyond the borders of Belarus.
“So you probably would not retaliate against Belarus with nuclear weapons.
“And then Putin will call all the European leaders and tell them, look, so you see what we are capable of doing.
“Do you want to continue this? Do you want us to fire next level of nuclear weapons?”
He continued: “Belarus is already taken by Russia.
“They will fly from Belarus into Ukraine, into Poland.
“And again, these are countries which are named by the Russian government and by Lukashenko, as countries either developing nuclear weapons to fire against the Russian Federation or countries where NATO plans to position nuclear weapons to fire against the Russian Federation.
“This is not happening. We know this, but this doesn’t really matter for propagandistic purposes, for Putin.
“So I do believe that if he is allowed to move nuclear weapons to Belarus, this is an indication that he is going to use this nuclear weapons.
“So I would argue that this should be prevented by all means, because then we are facing a real risk of nuclear war and we do not really know how we are going to behave and react if nuclear weapons are used.
“And what Putin is probably doing is trying to force European leaders and American leaders to accept the fact that Russia would go as far as this to secure its demands, Putin’s demands.
“And so if he came to a decision to use nuclear weapons and he is not there yet, of course, it would be there, in Belarus.
“He is not there yet, I repeat.
“But if he comes to this decision, then he will then contact the leaders of Europe and demand the surrender, claiming that now he will produce more powerful nuclear weapons against other European states.”
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