- Original article in Greek, machine translated into English.
- They Are Setting Up a New Front in the Baltic to Save Ukraine: Invasion of Polish Mi-24 in the EEZ of Belarus – Border Incident with Latvian Soldiers! (video)
Double episode after the rejection of the ultimatum by A.Lukashenko
A Polish Mi-24 helicopter violated the airspace of Belarus by flying at a depth of 1,200 meters, signaling an alert to the Russian and Belarusian air defenses. At the same time, two Latvian soldiers caused a border incident by violating the Belarusian border.
The incidents are characterized as “quite serious” by Minsk as they happened 24 hours after the rejection of the ultimatum of Poland and the Baltic states by A. Lukashenko. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said that the demands of Poland and the Baltic countries for the withdrawal of the Russian mercenary organization Wagner from Belarus are “baseless and stupid”, as reported by the Belarusian news agency BELTA.
According to BELTA, Lukashenko said that opposition to Wagner’s presence in Belarus is unjustified as long as foreign troops are stationed in Poland and the Baltic states, all of which are NATO members.
According to BELTA, Lukashenko stated that Poland and the Baltic countries have no right to complain about Wagner in Belarus as long as they have “even one foreign soldier” on their soil. “In the meantime, these are baseless and silly demands,” he said.
Poland, Latvia and Lithuania are ready to close the border with Belarus entirely in the case of a critical event such as an armed conflict at its borders or the mass breaktrough of illegal migrants. pic.twitter.com/lAvZLRzd41
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Armed Latvian military personnel violated the Belarusian border, according to the State Border Committee of Belarus.
The incident occurred today at the Grigorovshchina border crossing point with Latvia.
Surveillance cameras captured the moment of illegal crossing of the… pic.twitter.com/Sz8YDgGpx9
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