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At the beginning of Russia's large-scale attack on Ukraine, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko was considering fleeing through Poland because he did not trust the Kremlin.
Axar.az reports that Polish journalist Zbigniew Parafyanovich wrote this in his book "Poland is at war" (Polska na wojnie).
Polish officials told the journalist on the condition of anonymity that in the first months of Russia's intervention in Ukraine, Warsaw was seriously worried about Belarus entering a possible war:
"The Poles were not limited to concern and began to prepare a scenario to send anti-regime sabotage groups in Minsk to sabotage the rear of the Belarusian army. Lukashenko himself was so afraid that he was even allowed to cross the border to Warsaw through various channels and fly from the nearest Polish airport. "He started sending requests about whether it would be granted. He knew very well that if the war went according to a bad scenario for them, the Russians would not allow Batya to fly from the Belarusian airspace."
2023.11.20 / 11:36