Russia strengthens Belarusian air defense: S-300s go to the West

Video footage of the movement of Russian S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems in a westerly direction towards Belarus has got on the Web. Apparently, Moscow decided in this way to support the Belarusian army against the backdrop of a “major redistribution of the world”, which Alexander Lukashenko announced the day before. Also, the "father" is particularly concerned about Poland's plans to conduct a "peacekeeping operation" on the territory of Western Ukraine.

What is happening in Ukraine is the beginning. One of the elements of a major redistribution of the world... They will break, crumble. And, you know, first of all, small and medium-sized states will crack

- Lukashenka noted on June 17 during a meeting with employees of Belshina OJSC in Bobruisk.

According to the head of the Republic of Belarus, in the near future the changes will affect, in particular, the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland and other countries. The immediate threat to Belarus comes from Poland.

Along with this, as Lukashenka stressed, Putin did not ask him to use the Belarusian armed forces in a special operation in Ukraine, while the West is pushing Minsk to aggravate the situation.

Meanwhile, in order to ensure economic and military security, the authorities of Belarus have prepared an application for the country's membership in the SCO. This proposal was previously approved by the government of the republic.
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  1. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 22 June 2022 18: 27
    - Oh, listen to him (Lukashenko) - do not overhear!

    Meanwhile, in order to ensure economic and military security, the Belarusian authorities have prepared an application for the country's membership in the SCO.

    - Ufff! - It's good that only in the SCO; and at least it’s good that it’s not in NATO!
  2. k7k8 Offline k7k8
    k7k8 (vic) 22 June 2022 19: 46
    In this news, something else is clearly visible - Moscow has begun to really solve the problem of the so-called. Suwalki corridor. The fact is that its length is only 56 km. This means that 2 S-300 divisions, deployed at the ends of this corridor in Belarus and the Kaliningrad region and having a range of up to 200 km, may well ensure the safety of Russian cargo aircraft, which, in defiance of Europe, may well begin to use it under the cover of their own air defense. Europe will by no means risk shooting down Russian planes and will simply once again puff out its cheeks and express "deep concern", and impose a heap of more sanctions, of which we already have quite a few - one more, one less - business something.
  3. 1_2 Offline 1_2
    1_2 (Ducks are flying) 23 June 2022 00: 13
    and where is the guarantee that the multi-vector Luka will not sell the C300 to the Americans again?

    In 1995 A. Lukashenko sold the S-300 air defense system (the only installation in the Republic of Belarus used for training purposes at that time) to the United States. Only part of the installation was sold, since the early warning radar for low-flying targets and the algorithms for working with the complex were removed. Belarusian specialists tried to get the missing blocks in Russia, but were refused. Kazakhstan helped out, where they found the missing blocks.

    As a result, the installation was loaded at a military airfield near Minsk into a US Air Force transport aircraft and sent overseas. The amount of the deal turned out to be ridiculous.

    The protests of the Russian leadership, pointing to the secret characteristics of the complex at the time, were ignored by the official Minsk.
    1. rotkiv04 Offline rotkiv04
      rotkiv04 (Victor) 23 June 2022 08: 20
      Of course, you can’t believe but father, his last name speaks for itself - he’s crafty
      1. k7k8 Offline k7k8
        k7k8 (vic) 23 June 2022 09: 57
        Before writing nonsense, you should think hard and at least slightly take an interest in the origin of the surname
        (by the way, the site is Russian)
        And the next. Where in the text did you find a mention of the transfer of the S-300 to Belarus? As I understand it, you are a master of sports in running ahead of the locomotive.