A map of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko revealed a surprise about a new country that Russia plans to invade after Ukraine, during a speech before the Special Security Council with a map clearly showing troop movements across Ukraine.
The map indicated the division of Ukraine into 4 parts and showed movements into Moldova for the first time, which sends one of the strongest signals yet that Belarus is planning to provide assistance to Russia despite Lukashenko’s previous denials, according to the website “The Daily Beast”.
While Western reports indicated that Moscow may expand the scope of the war to include Moldova, the country between Ukraine and Romania, which Russia denies.
Lukashenko had ordered the deployment of additional forces on the border with Poland to the west to protect Belarus from any possible attack by NATO.
At today's security council meeting, Lukashenko showed what looks like an actual invasion map. It shows Ukraine military facilities destroyed by missiles from Belarus, attacks directions (everything agrees except Odessa-Transnistria). Also, Ukraine is divided into 4 sectors. pic.twitter.com/ueqBIFUbyM
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