Belarus
Versatility-driven Minsk focuses on made-in-Belarus arms

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on May 16, 2022, during the meeting of heads of state of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on May 16, 2022, during the meeting of heads of state of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation. © Alexander Nemenov/Pool via Reuters
The Belarusian government's pro-Russian narrative is starting to grate with its arms procurement projects, which are geared towards building autonomy and more intended to guard against aggression similar to Moscow's offensive in Ukraine than to fight NATO. [...]
Published on 01.06.2022 at 07:00 GMT Reading time 3 minutes

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