Russian Donbass Commander: "nuclear escalation inevitable"; Elite Belarusian Forces begin staging for sweep into Western Ukraine

Russian Donbass Commander: "nuclear escalation inevitable"; Elite Belarusian Forces begin staging for sweep into Western Ukraine

"Russia is unable to 'defeat the NATO bloc' without using nuclear weapons, a Russian commander has admitted.

Alexander Khodakovsky, commander of Russian forces in Donetsk, stressed that Russia is fighting against the entire Western world, so the next escalation of the war in Ukraine 'can only be one: nuclear'.

The commander went on to say 'We know our capabilities. We realize the limits of our resources. If NATO countries exceed certain limits, e.g. dispatch of Leopard tanks. They are very close to crossing the red line."

Meanwhile, elite Belarusian forces with new tactical markings have been deployed on the border with Ukraine:

"At 8 km from the border with Ukraine, elite Belarusian forces have been deployed, bearing new distinctive tactical markings. This fact and the large transfer of forces to the Ukrainian border has caused alarm in Kyiv.

Belarusian elite forces have marked with red squares the equipment being driven to the border with Ukraine. Usually, tactical signs are drawn up before the start of hostilities.

Everything shows that the first target of the joint Russian-Belarusian attack will be Lviv, Lutsk, Rivne, Zhytomyr, these four regions. An attack is also being prepared for Kyiv from a second axis with the aim of besieging it. Without power and with supply routes cut off, the remaining civilians and soldiers in the Ukrainian capital will not last.

According to information so far, the Belarusian military command has deployed the airborne forces of the 38th Brigade to the border with Ukraine." 

 

 

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