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Foreign Affairs"Kommersant": Experts named three potential Russian Federation nuclear weapons storage sites in Belarus

“Kommersant”: Experts named three potential Russian Federation nuclear weapons storage sites in Belarus



After Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the conclusion of an agreement with Minsk on the deployment of Russian nuclear weapons on the territory of Belarus, politicians and military experts around the world began to wonder where this could be done exactly. The possible options in his article are cited by Kommersant.

To date, there is no official information on the subject of internships. However, in the United States, an initiative group led by the program director of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Geoffrey Lewis, has begun to look into this question. To build their theories, experts began studying satellite images, while collecting data from open sources.

“But it is difficult to determine exactly what we are looking for and whether construction has started,” one of the experts said in the document.

At the same time, places such as the settlements of Orsha and Lida, as well as the urban district of Grodno are already designated as the most possible options for the deployment of nuclear weapons of the Russian Federation in Belarus.

Moscow and Minsk reached an agreement last week on the deployment of Russian tactical nuclear weapons on Belarusian territory. The corresponding agreement was announced by the Russian leader.

“Kommersant”: Experts Named Three Potential Russian Nuclear Weapons Storage Sites in Belarus

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