Lukashenko Leading Belarus Into Russia-Ukraine War – ‘We Have Agreed To Deploy A Regional Grouping Of The Russian Federation And The Republic of Belarus’

After sending a diplomatic note to Ukraine on Saturday accusing the country of planning an attack on Belarus, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko is now partnering with Russian President, Vladimir Putin to reportedly allow Russian troops to amass in Belarus to “deploy a regional grouping” of Russian and Belarusian soldiers to Ukraine.

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Russia Announces That Any New Territories Will Be “Under The Full Protection Of The State” As Referendums Continue In Ukraine

Monday marked the fourth day of voting for the referendums taking place in four Eastern Ukraine regions. The referendums are to determine whether or not the areas of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia will become part of Russia. The vote comes amid rising nuclear threats from Russia and the mobilization of Russian reservists in Putin’s latest escalation of the war against Ukraine.

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