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Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya: Lukashenko is trying to threaten Ukraine

According to reports, Alexander Lukashenko is preparing to instruct Belarusian forces to play a more active role in Russia's war in Ukraine. But the opposition leader doesn't think soldiers will "betray our motherland."

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