Putin wants to expand the Belarusian front: will he be able to draw Lukashenka's “paper troops” into the war

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Putin wants to expand the Belarusian front: will he be able to draw Lukashenka's

The expert believes that there are about six months left in Russia, to realize any plans.

Russian dictator Vladimir Putin will try to expand the Belarusian front, but he does not have enough resources for this.

This opinion was expressed by a military expert, an expert of the Research Center army, conversion and disarmament Mikhail Samus on the air of Espresso.

“The Russians will try to expand the Belarusian front, but these are still the theoretical intentions of the Putin regime and Putin personally. He has no resources now, he is trying to realize his plans with different ways.Putin has Gerasimov back to draw the map.Right now, resources are important.In Russia, for this The year with resources is all negative,” Samus emphasized.

The expert believes that Russia has about six months left to implement any plans, because further, in his opinion, the Russian economy will face a catastrophic decline.

What's happening in Belarus

Recall that on January 19, closer to the border with Ukraine, combat helicopters were deployed in Belarus. In particular, 11 Russian helicopters were relocated from the Belarusian Machulishchi to Luninets.

Also, Russia continues to transfer personnel and equipment to the territory of Belarus. At the same time, analysts of the American Institute for the Study of War are convinced that now there will be no second offensive against Ukraine from the north due to a lack of equipment and personnel of the invaders in Belarus. A probable offensive from the territory of the Republic of Belarus may begin no earlier than the autumn of 2023.

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