Dictator Vladimir Putin announced the beginning of partial mobilization in Russia on September 21.
Belarusian dictator Oleksandr Lukashenko declared that he does not plan to follow the Russian Federation in announcing mobilization in the country.
This is reported by the publication “Belta”.
“This mobilization in Russia. The fact that they are trying to throw this bridge over us, what will happen to us… and if it doesn’t happen? You, the propagandists, would be crushed. And they won’t get anything for it. They have to create a situation. For something. There will be no mobilization. This is a lie,” Lukashenko said.
By the way, earlier the self-proclaimed Belarusian president declared that he saw “a threat from Ukraine”. That is why he instructed to start preparations for defense according to the norms of wartime. In addition, Belarus still does not stop military exercises on the border with Ukraine.
We will remind, on September 21, during the morning address to the people, the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization nationwide from today. According to the statement of the Russian dictator, reserve military personnel with military specialties and combat experience will be mobilized.