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Franak Viačorka
I made my little investigation, it seems the Serbian Special Operations Unit was present and could participate at the protest crackdown in Belarus. Serbian soldiers were also seen in Brest. today.
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Franak Viačorka Aug 15
Replying to @franakviacorka
10 days before the crackdown (July 30) Vucic and Lukashenka had the phone call broadly promoted in state Belarus media. They agreed to meet in person just after the elections.
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Franak Viačorka Aug 15
Replying to @franakviacorka
It's possible that the soldier on the second photo could participate in Sniper Frontier and Polar Star exercises near Brest (and violated quarantine measures). The first photo was taken in Minsk on election day, at one of several checkpoints with the same cars and soldiers.
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Franak Viačorka Aug 15
Replying to @franakviacorka
🚩Official comment of Belarus MOD: Serbian soldiers are in Belarus but they came for drills
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Consigliere Aug 15
Replying to @franakviacorka
They are in Brest, snipers from Serbias 72. special ops brigade are participating in International war games, nothing secret about that.
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Franak Viačorka Aug 15
Replying to @MiroslavShantic
That's what I heard. But I was told participants are quarantined and do not leave the unit. Photos of soldiers were taken here: Just help me understand. I might be wrong.
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Michael Gentile Aug 15
Replying to @franakviacorka
What?
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Dr.G.MOYO Aug 15
Replying to @franakviacorka
So he's doing this because of he wants to stay in power ?ooooh
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Dejan Krstanovic Aug 16
Replying to @franakviacorka
I am always surprised how simple solutions - conclusions Americans have. Yes. True.
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Tony Aug 15
Replying to @franakviacorka
What would Serbia's stake be in this conflict?
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