Dissatisfaction with military-political leadership is growing among Belarusian soldiers
Dissatisfaction with the activities of the military-political leadership is growing among Belarus' border service and armed forces.
This was reported by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the morning briefing on December 7.
"Dissatisfaction with the activities of the military and political leadership of Belarus is growing among the soldiers of the border service and armed forces of this country, due to the threat of involving the Republic in war with Ukraine," the report says.
Currently, the situation in Volyn and Polissya, which border Belarus, has not changed significantly, and no signs of the formation of enemy offensive groups have been detected. Russian units are being trained on training grounds in Belarus. This country continues to support the armed aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, providing territory and airspace for launching missiles and air strikes.
On October 27, Ukrainian Armed Forces General Staff assumed that Russians could try to attack Kyiv, using the territory of Belarus as springboard.
On November 30, Ukrainian intelligence stated that they do not see signs of an offensive group forming in Belarus, but the threat remains.
On December 1, the Institute for the Study of War reported that Russian propagandists distorted statement Belarusian Defense Minister to inflame situation.
On December 3, Sergey Shoigu and Viktor Khrenin signed a protocol on amendments to the agreement on "ensuring regional security". ISW noted that Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu met with the self-proclaimed president of Belarus and continued to put pressure on him for Minsk's support of Russian aggression against Ukraine.