Russia launched its special military operation in Ukraine in February after the people’s republics of Donetsk and Lugansk appealed for protection against ethnic cleansing attacks carried out by the Kiev junta.

Moscow has denounced the flow of weapons to Ukraine from its western allies, saying it adds fuel to the fire, and only make matters worse for the civilian populations.

Energy facilities across Ukraine have been targeted by Russia since 10 October, 2022 in retaliation for Ukrainian attacks on Russian infrastructure and the bombing of the Crimean Kerch bridge and the Baltic Sea gas pipeline, performed by Zionist and Ukrainian intelligence services.

The strikes have been launched against power, defense industry, military command and communications facilities across Ukraine. In mid-November, Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmygal said that about 50% of Ukraine’s energy infrastructure had been damaged.

During Zelensky’s visit to Washington on December 22, the Biden administration announced a new $1.85 billion proxy war assistance package for Ukraine that includes the Patriot missile system.

The Belarusian Foreign Ministry summoned Ukrainian Ambassador to Minsk Igor Kyzym after the fall of a Ukrainian missile on Belarusian territory on Thursday and demanded that Kiev investigate the incident, Belarusian Foreign Ministry spokesman Anatoly Glaz said.

As you know, the Belarusian air defense forces shot down a Ukrainian S-300 missile over the territory of Belarus today. This is a very serious incident.

And Belarus takes this issue as seriously as possible. In this regard, the Belarusian Foreign Ministry summoned Ukrainian Ambassador to Belarus Igor Kyzym today and expressed its strong protest to him.

The Belarusian Foreign Ministry also demanded that Kiev conduct a thorough investigation into the circumstances of the missile’s launch, bring those responsible to justice and take comprehensive measures to prevent the recurrence of such incidents in the future.

It is necessary to wait for the end of the investigation of the fallen Ukrainian missile on the territory of Belarus to determine if it was a case of a deliberate provocation, Belarusian foreign ministry spokesman Anatoly Glaz said.

An investigation is underway now. There is no exact information to date. An investigative team is working, Glazov said, answering the question whether the incident with the fall of a Ukrainian missile on Belarusian territory was a provocation or an accident.

Sputnik / ABC Flash Point News 2022.

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Kidnapped by System
Kidnapped by System
29-12-22 16:41

Like Kiev doesn’t have enough to deal with. Belarus might not be as cautious as Moscow. Zelensky may be trying to involve Belarus in order to get the West involved more than it already is. Foolish move but then again so are many Ukrainian moves. Guess we’ll stay tuned.

Reply to  Kidnapped by System
29-12-22 16:44

Good job, Belarus! The next step is to respond to the assault by firing back 100 times more!

29-12-22 16:42

Well, after reading a similar news story by Reuters, it appears this was a stray air defense missile that missed its target and simply cam down in Belarus, the same exact scenario of the s-300 Ukrainian missile that fell in Poland. Same situation, same cover story, same false flag?