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Media, Putin wants to kill Lukashenko for the Belarusian forces – Ultima Ura

(ANSA) – ROME, November 26 – The Kremlin has decided on a radical “solution” to the problem of dragging Belarus into the war in Ukraine: eliminate President Alexander Lukashenko, or at any rate force him to cooperate with a failed offensive. : writes the Robert Lansing Institute at the American Study Center, which cites sources in the Russian military leadership.

“On the instructions of Russian President Vladimir Putin upon his return from the recent summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, Russian military intelligence may try in the coming days to pursue a scenario involving an attempt to assassinate Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, or to impersonate him with the aim of intimidating him into issuing final orders to his forces to participate directly in the war against Ukraine, on the side of the Russian forces, ”says the institute in an article posted on its website.

The GRU is studying the scenario involving the murder of Lukashenko, after which his tasks will be entrusted to the Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, Sanislav Zass, a pro-Russian man who is under the control of the GRU.

According to the plot, Zas will then announce the accession of Belarus to Russia as an independent entity, presumably to prevent the military threat from Ukraine and Poland.

The institute asserts that the propaganda narrative according to which the attack on Lukashenko was engineered by Washington will be “re-proposed”.

In both scenarios – be it an assassination attempt or a failed assassination attempt on Lukashenko – fabricated “evidence” of “the involvement of Ukraine and Poland at the direction of NATO intelligence” will be presented, which would provide an official pretext for the participation of Belarusian troops in combat operations on the territory of Ukraine. (Dealing).

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