Ukrainian officials now claim that another country has begun to attack them. Several hours later, however, western allies had not backed up the allegations, and Belarus itself had rejected the assertions.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has also denied that his country’s military has joined Russia’s offensive. Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko claimed on Monday that Russia’s sanctions are pushing it into World War III.
“Russia is being pushed to the brink of a third global war.” We should be cautious and stay away from it. “Because nuclear war means the end of everything,” he explained.
Politico reported, A Belarusian column of 33 troops, according to local accounts, invaded the terrain north of Kyiv, interrupting mobile phone coverage.
Belarus’ deployment comes only days after Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko held a referendum on planned constitutional amendments that would allow him to consolidate power and terminate the nation’s status as a nuclear-free zone, clearing the path for Russia to deploy nuclear weapons in the country.
According to Russian press sources quoting Belarus’ official elections commission, Lukashenko supporters received 65.16 percent of the vote in the referendum.
According to the Ukrainian Foreign Intelligence Service’s Facebook page, Russia plans to use the war as a pretext to get Belarus into the fray. According to current intelligence, around 300 Belarusian tanks are presently reaching the Belarusian-Ukrainian border.
The proclamation comes on the heels of Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s warning that Russian President Vladimir Putin may use cyber or nuclear weapons. In a tweet on Monday, the senator warned that “something is wrong” with Putin, whom he believes has become “much more dangerous” than previously.
“I wish I could share more, but for now, I can say that it’s pretty obvious to many that something is off with #Putin. He’s always been a killer, but his problem now is different & significant.”
According to the senator. Rubio appears to be in possession of classified material that he is unable to reveal. When reporters sought to interview President Joe Biden on the Russia-Ukraine issue on Monday, he did not respond. After spending the weekend in Delaware, Biden returned to the White House on Monday.