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Ukraine warns Belarus will invade TONIGHT after Putin meets with Europe’s last dictator & ‘warplane bombing on border’


UKRAINE has claimed that Belarus is set to invade TONIGHT after Putin met with Europe’s last dictator earlier today.

It comes as Ukraine today accused Russian fighter jets of staging a “false flag” attack to draw Belarus into an invasion.


Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko pose for a photo during their meeting in Moscow[/caption]


Russia-Belarus military drills at the Obuz-Lesnovsky training ground in Belarus last year[/caption]


Russian troops have been pictured heading towards Kyiv[/caption]

They say two Su-25 bombers crossed border from Belarus this afternoon, carried out attacks on Ukrainian soil, and then bombed Belarus itself.

Defence minister Olexiy Reznikov said the attack was planned by Russia, adding: “The purpose of this provocation is to force the current leadership of Belarus into war against Ukraine. 

“Moscow is trying to bind you with blood.”

Meanwhile, an adviser to Ukraine’s president said that Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko was meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin during the attack on Belarusian villages.

President Lukashenko is considered a puppet of Putin by many.

The two countries have been close allies since the Soviet Union dissolved in 1991 as Belarus shares its eastern border with the much larger Russia.

It comes as Russia is feared to be planning another major assault on Ukraine’s capital Kyiv, as troops have been pictured moving towards the city.

Satellite images show Russian tanks and other vehicles heading towards Kyiv, while other aerial footage appears to reveal military equipment being stationed outside the capital.

The images from Maxar, which has been monitoring the invasion since the start, were taken close to Antonov Airport, just miles from the city.

A large military convoy can be seen travelling along the main road.

Images appear to show the infamous 40-mile “death convoy” of Russian vehicles stalled near Kyiv for almost two weeks has now “dispersed”, as rocket artillery is moved into firing positions for an assault on the city.

Today, the UK Defence Ministry has claimed Russia is likely to want to resume its offensive in Kyiv in the coming days.

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