Minsk establishes joint command with Moscow

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Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko supported Russia’s missile attacks against Ukraine, adding that his country began the process of creating a joint regional military command with Moscow.

Additionally, Lukashenko subordinated the KGB directly to himself, potentially fearing the arrival of a large group of Russian troops, which he welcomed as part of the joint command.








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