Mykhailo Podolyak, adviser to the head of the President's Office, commented on the meeting of the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Serhiy Shoigu, who flew to Minsk, with the fake president of Belarus, Oleksandr Lukashenko.

He called their meeting a "complaint."

Podolyak wrote about this on his Twitter page.

"The Kremlin does not lose hope of dividing the dock with its Belarusian partners. Today's meeting between Lukashenka and Shoigu will be included in the indictment's materials as a division of criminal roles. However, the confession and incriminating evidence will mitigate responsibility," his post reads. 

Shoigu urgently flew to Belarus for negotiations

On Saturday, December 3, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu arrived in Minsk on an unannounced visit.

Putin's henchman flew in for talks with his Belarusian colleague Viktor Khrenin.

According to the results of the meeting, which for some reason took place on the territory of the airfield, Moscow and Minsk agreed to make changes to the Russian-Belarusian intergovernmental agreement on joint provision of regional security in the military sphere.

After that, Shoigu met with Lukashenko.

The Russian minister told the "Bulboführer" about the readiness of the West "to fight to the last Ukrainian and the last Pole."

The self-proclaimed president of Belarus confirmed that the Russian and Belarusian military on the territory of his country are undergoing training "as a single group, a single army." 

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