The self-proclaimed president of Belarus, Oleksandr Lukashenko, has agreed to accept 120,000 Russian soldiers and is preparing for mobilization in Belarus.
Opposition leader Pavlo Latushka announced this on his Twitter with reference to his own sources.
"Lukashenko agreed to deploy 120,000 troops during November-February. Belarus undertakes to provide an additional 100,000 mobilized troops. Lukashenko is preparing for a full-scale war. The West must issue an ultimatum that he cannot refuse," Latushka wrote.
In turn, the Ministry of Defense of Belarus, of course, denies the information about mobilization plans and declares that summonses are distributed allegedly "due to planned measures."