Kremlin propagandist warns of ATACMS missile threat to Minsk amid major US transfer to Ukraine

Skabeeva scares Belarusians with a missile strike by the Armed Forces of Ukraine
Skabeeva scares Belarusians with a missile strike by the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Reports of the transfer of American long-range ATACMS missiles to Ukraine have sparked fears among Belarusians, with warnings suggesting that not only Russian regions and occupied Ukrainian territories, but even Minsk itself, may be under threat of attack.

This version was spread by the Kremlin propagandist Olga Skabeeva on national television, according to a post on Aleksandr Nevzorov’s Telegram channel on April 28.

In this way, the aggressor state is trying to draw Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko even more tightly into its bloody adventure, hinting at a possible threat to his regime from Ukraine.

"100 ATACMS missiles," Skabeeva warned.

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“Let's look at this map again and record it. Bryansk, Kaluga, Orel, Kursk, Lipetsk, Voronezh, Belgorod, Luhansk, Rostov-on-Don, Sevastopol, and the capital of Belarus, Minsk. Within a 300-kilometer radius, all of these sites are now equipped to target the adversary's military with a total of 100 missiles. Two missiles were used on Dzhankoy. If we believe these particular Americans, Ukrainians have 98 more missiles.”

Despite all Russia's attempts to persuade Belarus to open its own front on Ukraine's northern borders, Lukashenko focused on his fantasies about the "threat" from the European Union.

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Former Lithuanian foreign minister and current Ambassador to Sweden Linas Linkevičius trolled the Russians with hints of a possible ATACMS strike on the Crimean Bridge.

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