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Lukashenko’s troops plan shows ‘complicity with Russia’: G7

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Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko’s plan to deploy joint forces with Russia is a new instance of complicity with Moscow, G7 leaders said Tuesday, warning Minsk to “stop enabling” Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine.

“The announcement of a joint military group with Russia constitutes the most recent example of the Belarusian regime’s complicity with Russia,” they said in a statement, urging the “Lukashenko regime to fully abide by its obligations under international law”.


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