The President of Belarus stands in front of a war map outlining plans for an invasion of Moldova

Images have emerged of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko standing in front of a war map showing a planned invasion of Moldova along with Ukraine.

Lukashenko, a close ally of the Russian president Vladimir PutinVladimir Vladimirovich Putin McCarthy criticized GOP members who spoke at the White Nationalist Conference: ‘Unacceptable’ Overnight security and national security – Ukraine stands Russia fosters frustration Ukrainian leaders must support lawmakers’ no-fly zoneOn Tuesday, he reportedly stood in front of a map of Ukraine’s war and addressed his Security Council.

The map appeared to show the troop movement plans and infrastructure targets in Ukraine and in Moldova’s secessionist Transnistria.

Some Russian attacks on the map have already taken place, while others have not yet taken place in Moldova – the former Soviet state and neighboring southern Ukraine – including the infiltration from the port city of Odessa.

Russia has already used Belarus as a base, rapidly sending its troops across the border to Ukraine, insisting on a large number of troops assembled there for joint military exercises.

It was reported this week that Belarus was preparing to send troops into Ukraine in support of the Russian invasion.

The country’s close ties with Moscow in the attack provoked the US State Department To stop operations Monday at its embassy in Belarus.

Even the EU Announced plans On Monday Belarus will impose new sanctions on its role in the war, including measures against the country’s exports, oligarchy and banks.

The Belarusian government-run Belda news agency reported that none of the country’s military units had yet entered Ukraine, but that Lukashenko could mobilize in two to three days if necessary. The Daily Express reports.

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Meanwhile, the Pentagon says there are no signs of Belarusian troops in Ukraine.

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