Putin ‘increasingly fears attacks by anti-war Russian saboteurs’ as failures mount

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It continued: “The Russian leadership will be increasingly concerned that even a small group of citizens has been sufficiently opposed to the conflict to resort to physical sabotage.”

Russia has been relying heavily on its key ally Belarus for support as much of the rest of the world turns on the country for its unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, which began on February 24 this year.

Belarusian troops are not currently deployed in Ukraine, however, earlier this month authorities announced the establishment of a joint “regional grouping of troops” with Russia.

They said some 9,000 Russian soldiers would be stationed in Belarus.



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