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Ukraine Alleges Russian False Flag Attempt



As the military conflict rages on between Russia and Ukraine, new and surprising developments are emerging.

The Ukrainian government is now alleging that Russian forces have launched a false flag operation using jets to fire on their ally Belarus in an effort to drag them into the war.

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko continues to voice support for the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but so far Belarus has not joined in the military offensive into the former Soviet satellite.

This may change at any time, as the region remains volatile, and we will bring you important and relevant updates as they happen.

President Alexander Lukashenko recently sat down with CNN and told them:

According to The Epoch Times:

The Ukrainian “State Border Service received information that Russian aircraft took off from Dubrovytsia airfield (Belarus), entered the territory of Ukraine, turned over our populated areas of Horodychi and Tumen, and then launched an airstrike on the populated area of Kopani (Belarus),” said the Air Force Command on social media. It included a video that purported to show part of the incident.

The claim could not be immediately verified by The Epoch Times. Russia’s Ministry of Defense has not publicly responded to the allegations.


Zero Hedge writes:

Since the invasion – now entering its third week – started, there’s been speculation over the degree to which Belarusian forces may be directly involved. Within the past days the Pentagon has said it hasn’t confirmed direct Belarusian involvement – only that it’s territory was used as a Russian staging ground.


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