Mobilization in Ukraine may increase if Belarus receives nuclear weapons from Russia. However, the threats of the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin are not taken seriously in Ukraine at the moment.
This was announced by the head of the "Servant of the People" faction, David Arahamia, on Sky News.
"We don't believe what can happen, but no one knows. We learned during this year that no one knows what can happen. No one believed that Russia could invade and the scale with which they did it," he said. people's deputy.
He noted that Ukraine should be ready for Russia to transfer nuclear weapons to Belarus. According to Arahamiya, such actions of the Russian Federation may lead to the opening of a second front. In this case, additional mobilization may be announced in Ukraine.
"This may mean bringing more people into the army. We need at least eight more brigades to control this front line. Fortunately for us, this area and the terrain are like swamps. So it will be difficult to attack," Arahamiya said.
We will remind you that the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin said that he decided to place nuclear weapons in Belarus allegedly at the request of Lukashenka.
At the same time, Putin's intentions were criticized in Europe and the USA, and the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov believes that the Kremlin has taken Belarus as a nuclear hostage.