Ukraine does not rule out that the missile intercepted by Belarus was launched by Russia

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Today’s latest news about the Ukrainian-Russian war

Today’s latest news about the Ukrainian-Russian war

MADRID, Dec. 29 (.) –

The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense has warned this Thursday that the alleged missile intercepted by Belarus, and of which Minsk accuses kyiv, could have really been launched by Russia in an attempt at “deliberate provocation”.

Ukraine’s defense ministry has warned that Russia’s “desperate and persistent” attempts to draw Belarus into the war could have led Moscow to launch a false flag attack on its main ally.

From kyiv they have confirmed that they are prepared to carry out an “objective investigation” of what happened in the framework, they justify, of a massive attack by the Russian Armed Forces in up to 10 regions throughout the Ukrainian territory.

“Ukraine is ready to invite authoritative experts, from among the states that are not connected with the support of the Russian terrorist state in any way, to participate in such an investigation,” the Ukrainian Defense Ministry said.

Likewise, kyiv has taken advantage of this statement to denounce the incessant Russian attacks on the entire Ukrainian territory. According to the Ministry of Defense, more than 18 residential buildings and ten critical infrastructure points in ten regions have been destroyed.

“The world cannot stay away from these crimes. The so-called neutrality, caution and moderation are support for a terrorist state (…) Ukraine continues to resist Russian barbarism and aggression,” the Ukrainian military portfolio has settled.

The Government of Belarus has indicated this Thursday that its air defense systems have intercepted a missile fired from Ukraine and has stated that several pieces of the projectile have impacted in the surroundings of the town of Gobarja, with no information on victims for now.

In this context, the Belarusian Foreign Ministry has summoned the Ukrainian ambassador in Minsk, Igor Kizim, to personally convey to him its discomfort over an incident that the country’s president, Alexander Lukashenko, has ordered to investigate in depth.

Lukashenko is a key ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the military offensive launched in Ukraine, although Belarus maintains that it does not want to get directly involved. Russian and Belarusian forces have carried out joint exercises, however.

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