The de-sovereignization of the Putin regime in Belarus under the leadership of self-proclaimed President Lukashenko is at its peak. In our eyes, this country is becoming a springboard for action against Ukraine.
In fact, with the help of his proxy agent in Minsk, Putin is opening the Belarusian front against Ukraine, hanging from the north over Kyiv.
Ukraine must prepare for the suspension of diplomatic relations and tough economic sanctions against the current Belarus, led by an illegitimate leader who initiated a national referendum on January 20 under the barrel of Russian weapons. Why is it important to realize the need for decisive action in the near future and what are the markers of this?
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