Many employees of the Interior Ministry in Belarus have been ordered to surrender their passports. This means that these people can no longer leave the territory of Belarus.
Belarusian opposition politician Pavel Latushko said Alexander Lukashenko could announce mobilization in Belarus at any time, RND reports.
He noted that the dictator is only waiting for the go-ahead from his ally Vladimir Putin and will join the war against Ukraine,
Latushko also said that many employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Belarus were ordered to hand over their passports.
“This means that these people will not be able to leave the territory of Belarus if they are mobilized,” said Latushko.
He recalled that the Russian military presence in Belarus continues to increase. At the same time, according to him, 85% of Belarusians oppose the war.
Latushko criticizes Ukraine’s partners, who “don’t pay attention to Lukashenka, because no new sanctions are introduced and no pressure is exerted.”
Earlier it became known that another echelon with Russian troops was transferred to Belarus. In the last two days alone, at least 1,400-1,600 Russian soldiers may have been moved to Vitebsk.
Lukashenka visited the Russian military at a training site near Ukraine
news Correspondent.net on Telegram. Subscribe to our channel Athletistic
I am David Wyatt, a professional writer and journalist for Buna Times. I specialize in the world section of news coverage, where I bring to light stories and issues that affect us globally. As a graduate of Journalism, I have always had the passion to spread knowledge through writing.