As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Lukashenko has served as Putin’s most formidable – and arguably only – ally since the Russian president invaded Ukraine in February 2022.
Putin announced in March that Lukashenko agreed to allow Russia to place ten nuclear aircraft carriers in Belarus, although the Belarus leader stopped short of committing his own troops to the Russian war effort in Ukraine.
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