Lukashenka, fearing an assassination attempt, formed his own bodyguards – Special Operations Forces
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The dictator does not rule out betrayal on the part of the KGB officers, against which he ordered the formation of a unit from among the fighters of the Guard Service PMC, which was previously made responsible for preparing for a possible invasion of Ukraine.
Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko due to distrust of his special services, he formed an additional security unit. This is reported by the Center of National Resistance, functioning under the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
According to the department, the situation is getting tougher in the government circles of Belarus.
Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko, according to the Center for National Resistance, is forming his own security unit. This is due to the fact that politicians are afraid of possible physical liquidation and do not exclude that the special services subordinate to him may be involved in treason.
First of all, we are talking about the State Security Committee, which Alexander Lukashenko does not trust.< /p>
“The dictator organized a new bodyguard unit, which was formed from representatives of one of the country's private security companies. According to the Belarusian underground, this is the Guard Service company, which has already been entrusted with the task of forming a PMC to participate in the war against Ukrainians,” they added. Center of National Resistance, commenting on the situation around Alexander Lukashenko.
Note that the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported back in September 2022 that Belarus was training personnel of the private military company Guard Service, which is associated with Alexander Lukashenko . The fighters of the PMC, which was formed during the presidential campaign to disperse the protesters, were trained in military affairs under the guidance of curators from the Wagner Group.
After the New Year, the media reported that Alexander Lukashenko could soon announce mobilization in Belarus. Against the backdrop of preparations for a possible invasion of Ukraine, according to oppositionist Pavel Latushko, the dictator ordered that all employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs hand over their passports for safekeeping, depriving them of the opportunity to leave the country in the event that the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus enter an open war against a neighboring state.