Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has indicated that Vladimir Putin’s army plans to invade Moldova, the Daily Mail reported.
Putin’s anti-war sidekick addressed security officials on Wednesday while standing in front of a war map that shows a planned operation from southern Ukraine to its smaller neighbor.
The map also shows proposed war plans for Russian troops across the country.
The Daily Mail reported that it detailed Russian lines of attack in Ukraine, some of which materialized in the first few days of the invasion – such as forces moving from the north toward Kyiv and from Crimea to Kherson.
But he also featured several strikes that have yet to come to pass – even one is seen pointing from the port city of Odessa towards Moldova, suggesting that Russia is planning to march troops into neighboring Ukraine. Used to be.
Meanwhile, Putin’s army suffers a humiliating defeat while attempting to launch precise strikes on key targets in an apparent attempt to win the war quickly and firmly.
This has raised fears that he is now about to deploy Russian heavy armor and artillery in an attempt to coerce his way to victory – a tactic that could result in large numbers of civilian casualties.
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