Belarus plans to establish business in Ukraine’s temporarily occupied territories — National Resistance Center
Belarus plans to develop its business in the Ukrainian territories temporarily occupied by Russia
The National Resistance Center reported the information.
"Belarus continues its hostile policy towards Ukraine and is preparing to integrate its business in the temporarily occupied territories," the Center notes.
According to the National Resistance Center, the country plans to open a consulate in Rostov by July 1. It is intended to serve the population of the temporarily occupied territories and to help Belarusian businesses "establish ties" with the Ukrainian regions occupied by Russia.
"Thus, the neighboring state once again supported the occupation of a sovereign country and violated international law," the Center emphasized.
In the temporarily occupied territories of southern Ukraine, Russian-installed authorities have set up a local branch of a foundation that organizes propaganda events and provides support to the Russian military.