Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that Belarus already has attack aircraft and Iskander-M systems capable of delivering tactical nuclear strikes.
According to the war criminal, the training of the Belarusian military with missile systems has already begun. Shoigu stated this at a thematic conference call with the leadership of the Russian armed forces on Tuesday.
Part of the Belarusian attack aircraft received the ability to strike at enemy targets with nuclear weapons. In addition, the Iskander-M operational-tactical missile system was handed over to the armed forces of Belarus. It can use both conventional and nuclear missiles,” Shoigu said.
He claims that from April 3, at one of the Russian training grounds, training began on Belarusian crews on how to use the Iskander-M “to protect the Union State.”
Recall that at the end of March, the self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that Moscow could also deploy strategic nuclear weapons if the need arises. Earlier, Russian war criminal Vladimir Putin announced his intention to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus.
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