Minsk says Russia does not need to provide additional weapons to Belarus 00:13

The head of the Belarusian Ministry of Defense, Viktor Khrenin, said that there is no need for Russia to supply additional weapons to the republic. Belarusian TV channel reports this STV.

According to Khrenin, all necessary types of weapons are now available in Belarus; There is no need for anything additional. The minister emphasized that Russia does not need to supply anything to Belarus to fulfill the tasks set by President Vladimir Putin. Moscow has sufficient weapons and allies to work with.

Khrenin also noted that joint training with Russia on operations with tactical nuclear weapons shows that the Belarusian army is ready to use them. The head of the Ministry of Defense added that Minsk will continue to conduct training on nuclear weapons without prior notice.

Before reportedHe said that the Belarusian Ministry of Defense began a sudden check on the readiness of formations and military units of the country’s army to perform their intended tasks.

Previously Belarusian border guards was recorded Increase in the number of Ukrainian soldiers in the Zhytomyr region.

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Source: Gazeta

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