After Ukraine, now Russia can attack Moldova. The dictator of Belarus has accidentally disclosed this. In fact, the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, was addressing the Security Council and was telling about the routes of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Through the battle map, he was discussing Putin’s strategy, from where this map came in front of everyone.
Lukashenko is the head of Belarus, Putin’s friend and Russia’s ally, so he knows Putin’s tactics. Through this map, Lukashenko was informing his high officials about the places where Russia could bomb in the coming days. In the photo, Lukashenko is standing in front of the battle map. Here Ukraine and Moldova are clearly visible.
Belarus is a neighboring country of Moldova Ukraine preparing to attack Ukraine. This has raised fears that Putin may also attack Moldova. Ukraine had earlier claimed that Belarus was preparing to send troops to Ukraine to support Russia, but Lukashenko denied that he was supporting Russia. However, it was only after this that Belarusian troops entered the city of Chernihiv in north-eastern Ukraine.
Diplomatic efforts to resolve this crisis are also going on in the midst of military confrontation. The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) proposed an emergency debate on the Ukraine crisis. After this, Russia had to face great embarrassment in the UN. As soon as Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov began speaking at the UN Human Rights Council on Tuesday, about 100 diplomats walked out.
Today Russia-Ukraine second round of talks
in Poland According to media reports, the second round of talks between Ukraine and Russia will be held in Poland today i.e. on Wednesday. However, its time has not been given. At the same time, Russian forces have intensified attacks with artillery (cannons) in Kyiv, Kharkiv and Chernihiv and are targeting residential areas.
The Russian army has reached near Antonov airport, about 27 kilometers from the capital Kyiv. A convoy of military trucks and tanks about 65 km long was seen here. The US Defense Department, the Pentagon, says that about 75% of Russian troops stationed on the Ukrainian border have entered Ukraine.