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Could Belarus join forces with Russia in Ukraine?

The Spectator 25 Jun 2022
Next week Putin is due to meet Alyaksandr Lukashenka, self-proclaimed president of Belarus, for the sixth time since the invasion of Ukraine. This will also be the first time in three years that they have met in Belarus ... He is well aware that his power in Belarus hangs on by a whisker, largely propped up by the army and security services.
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Lithuania: We’re ready if Russia cuts us out of common power grid over Kaliningrad disruptions

FX Empire 22 Jun 2022
... and Estonia still depend on Russia for stable power supplies ... A 1.6-billion-euro ($1.94 billion) EU-funded project aims to disconnect the Baltic states from their common power grid with Russia and Belarus in 2025 in favour of the decentralised power system of continental Europe.
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Lithuania: We're ready if Russia cuts us out of common power grid over Kaliningrad disruptions

Reuters 22 Jun 2022
... depend on Russia for stable power supplies ... A 1.6-billion-euro ($1.94 billion) EU-funded project aims to disconnect the Baltic states from their common power grid with Russia and Belarus in 2025 in favour of the decentralised power system of continental Europe.RUSSIAN THREAT.
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Between Russia and Europe, Kaliningrad is isolated by Putin’s war

New Statesman 21 Jun 2022
Kaliningrad, formerly Königsberg, is Russia’s western-most spur and the base for its Baltic fleet ... The plan was atop the agenda even before Putin’s invasion after Lithuania deemed the 2020 launch of a new Russian-built nuclear power plant near Astravets, Belarus, unsafe, warning of the risk of a new Chernobyl just 40 kilometres from Vilnius.
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Photos show the destruction Russian troops left behind at the Chernobyl power plant — including ...

Business Insider 15 Jun 2022
The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant is located in northern Ukraine on the border of Belarus. Hundreds of workers were held hostage inside the plant during the occupationA room full of paperwork is part of the aftermath after Russian troops fled the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
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Today’s Headlines: Major water cutbacks loom for California as the Colorado River sees shortages

The Los Angeles Times 15 Jun 2022
By Elvia Limón, Laura Blasey and Amy Hubbard ... Advertisement. U.S ... mayor ... CALIFORNIA ... Athletes from Russia and Belarus will play at Flushing Meadows under a neutral flag ... Belarus has aided Russia in the war.ONLY IN L.A ... When powerful professed men and women of God come to grief, they almost always do so over two transgressions older than the Commandments.
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Lithuania to install nearly 200 sirens to warn about accidents in Belarus NPP

Anadolu Agency 13 Jun 2022
Lithuania will purchase 197 stationary acoustic warning sirens against the Belarus Nuclear Power Plant, the Lithuanian Fire and Rescue Department reported on Monday ... Belarus launched the Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant in June 2021.
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Ukraine's Naftogaz to import LNG, green hydrogen from Canada

Renewables Now 13 Jun 2022
In response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine earlier this year, transmission system operator Ukrenergo also disconnected the local power system from the networks of Russia and Belarus on February 24 and in mid-March Ukraine completed an emergency synchronisation of its grid with the Continental European network.
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Putin’s Favorite Copycat Gears Up in Panicked Wartime Frenzy

The Daily Beast 08 Jun 2022
First, they announced Belarus was creating a people’s militia to give a boost to the country’s armed forces ...Lukashenko is playing the same game in Belarus ... ambassador to Belarus ... Senior Biden administration officials have been warning for months that it hasn’t been clear where Lukashenko’s power ends and where Russia’s begins within Belarus itself.
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The pandemic has accelerated a global decline in the rule of law

Economist 07 Jun 2022
It captures not just outrageous abuses of power but the myriad, tiny injustices suffered by ordinary people ... A number of nasty, dictatorial governments—from Belarus to Myanmar—have either grabbed power or, already ruling, have grown nastier and more dictatorial.
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The Origins and Purposes of the Ukrainian War

The Epoch Times 06 Jun 2022
All of the major powers, including Russia and the United States, promised Ukraine, Belarus, and Kazakhstan, that their borders would be respected, in exchange for the renunciation in 1994 of the nuclear weapons that they had inherited from the Soviet Union.
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Putin's regime may collapse from within, but Russian opposition leaders can't replace it, says political expert

Yahoo Daily News 05 Jun 2022
Putin mocks Ukraine with proposal for grain exports via hostile Belarus ... "Will the elite that is in power in Russia today retain power, will it just be modified and become a partner in negotiations with the West? Or it will lead to the complete destruction of such an elite," the political expert said.
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500 days lost in a Belarusian prison

X Index 26 May 2022
How many major worldwide events since January 2021 has he been prevented from following more closely? The Taliban’s return to power in Afghanistan, the migration crisis on the border between Poland and Belarus and the Russian invasion of Ukraine ... Currently, there are more than 1,000 political prisoners in Belarus, as far as we know.
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CSTO Won’t be Drawn into Ukraine War

GlobalResearch 25 May 2022
The CSTO summit in Moscow last Monday, timed to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the Collective Security Treaty and the 20th anniversary of the organisation, conveys a powerful signal that the allies of Russia and Belarus are taking a neutral stance vis-a-vis the war in Ukraine.

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