"Guerrilla group Bepol, also called Belarusian Partisans, already has a plan to remove Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. Alexander Grigorievich Lukashenko has been the president of Belarus since 1994. Before entering the," this is what the Israeli media "Details" wrote.

One of the association's spokespersons, Alexander Azarov, said: We have developed a plan to overthrow the dictator in Minsk.

The plan will be implemented in due time.

"For the success of the coup against Lukashenko, it is necessary to weaken the regime of Vladimir PutinVladimir Putin - Russian politician. Born on October 7, 1952 in Leningrad, now St. Petersburg. Pres. When the Russian president is preoccupied with domestic problems, he will not he has time to deal with Belarus. A weak Putin will not be able to support Lukashenko," Azarov also said.

Bepol's spokesman added that Belarusian partisans are actively operating on the territory of his homeland.

"We destroy Russian military equipment and transport infrastructure that Russia uses for its aggression against Ukraine. We also operate in Russia, and we also train our fellow citizens in Ukraine who want to fight on the side of Kiev," he added.

The group claimed responsibility for the February 2023 drone attack near Minsk.

As the novini.bg team already wrote, as a result of the attack, a Russian military plane was seriously damaged.

Guerrillas: We blew up a Russian military plane near Minsk

Bepol was formed before October 2020. Its core is former employees of the security forces of Belarus, who fled the country after the bloody suppression of protests against the re-election of Lukashenko as president in August of the same year.

The members of Bepol are about 200 people.

The organization claims that, in addition to Poland, where its headquarters is located, it has offices in Belgium, Germany, Lithuania, Ukraine, Sweden, Estonia, USA, Canada, Australia and other countries.

Azarov was born in 1977 in Minsk.

Before the summer of 2020, he worked in the police and in the office for the fight against organized crime and corruption.

On February 15 of this year, he was sentenced in absentia to 25 years in prison.

A court in his homeland found him guilty of creating and participating in an organization aimed at the violent overthrow of the government in the Republic of Belarus, a report from the novini.bg team showed.

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