Putin and Lukashenko: Belarus President deploys troops to join Russia in Ukraine

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Putin and lukashenko: belarus president deploys troops to join russia in ukraine

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Putin and Lukashenko: Belarus President deploys troops to join Russia in Ukraine | Putin and Lukashenko: Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko claims that NATO countries are planning the use of nuclear strikes on his country, justifying his order to send Bielorusian troops to join Russian ones near Ukraine.

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