Longtime Putin pal Alexander Lukashenko announced Belarusian aircraft can now carry Russian nuclear weapons, just days after sending an ominous “greeting” to Ukraine.
With Ukrainian Independence Day coming up next week, warnings are mounting that Russia might be planning a special attack to mark the occasion.
“The time has come,” Putin’s favorite dictator declared in an ominous warning.
The Russian president is preparing a special, nuke-ready gift for his favorite dictator pal.
A notorious Putin ally has made a series of dramatic military decisions this week—and alarms are starting to go off.
In a newly released letter, notorious Putin ally Alexander Lukashenko essentially urges world leaders to let Moscow run rampant.
Several heads of state allied to Russia were scolded in Moscow on Monday for not doing enough to support Vladimir Putin’s disastrous war.