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Russia is trying to intimidate Europe by involving Belarus in nuclear blackmail — Center for Countering Disinformation

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Russia is attempting to escalate tensions and intimidate Europe by involving Belarus in nuclear blackmail.

This was reported by the Center for Countering Disinformation.

In particular, Belarusian Defense Minister Viktor Khrenin announced participation in the second stage of Russian military exercises on the use of non-strategic nuclear weapons. He criticized the West’s «aggressive attacks» and assured that Belarus was prepared to respond to these «threats» alongside Russia.

The statement represents a continuation of Russia’s campaign of nuclear blackmail, aimed at intimidating Ukraine’s allies and influencing their decisions to support it.

The decision to allow the use of Western weapons on Russian territory has demonstrated that Moscow’s nuclear blackmail has been unsuccessful. The fact that the Kremlin persists in its hysteria indicates that Russia lacks an alternative strategy.

The Center for Countering Disinformation emphasizes that Belarus is complying with Moscow’s demands in order to receive concessions in return for its efforts to destabilize the situation in Europe. This not only involves nuclear threats but also the artificially created migration crisis and participation in the information war against Ukraine.

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