The self-proclaimed president of Belarus, Oleksandr Lukashenko, arrived in Sochi on September 26, where he met with the president of Russia, Vladimir
In particular, they discussed cooperation in the economic sphere and made a number of political statements.
What the dictators actually discussed in an exclusive interview with
was told by the expert of the Ukrainian Institute of the Future Ihar Tyshkevich.
The first and most important issue discussed by Putin and Lukashenko is
"referendums", recognition/non-recognition, annexation of territories.
The expert emphasized that Lukashenka's rhetoric may change after returning to Minsk, because he will discuss everything with his advisers and his entourage.
The second part is the provision of Russian troops
. This means the sale of weapons, ammunition, etc. It is not because Russia is catastrophically short of this, it is just that there is a lot of it in Belarus. I would like to remind you that the Belarusian warehouses, as well as on the territory of Ukraine, were designed for an attack on the territory of Europe. The Ministry of Defense recently published a video that even at the 25th arsenal, where the missile and artillery weapons are stored, they suddenly started repairing old Kalashnikov assault rifles," he noted.
According to him, the Belarusian army has enough of this good, which means that if you service it, you will put it in warehouses or hand it over to someone else.
"Thirdly, this is what was already discussed, that it is
possible that the textile enterprises of Belarus will sew uniforms for the Russian army.
This, from the point of view of the economy, is possible and realistic, because Russia has almost no light industry of its own, and Belarus has, moreover, experience work on military orders. I want to remind you that as early as 2020, enterprises in Belarus fulfilled orders for the mail order of uniforms for the Austrian police," he said.
We will remind you that
the Ukrainian military has prepared for a possible attack from Belarus (photo).
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