Putin allies: The four key countries STILL supporting Russia as it invades Ukraine


Belarus

Belarus, led by Europe’s self-proclaimed “last dictator”, Alexander Lukashenko, has supported Putin’s regime since the Ukraine invasion commenced in February.

The country has acted primarily as a “springboard” for Russian troops, but opposition media has claimed some Belarusian troops have also entered the fray.

Other media outlets have not independently verified these claims, however.

Lukashenko has warned of a “big war” if fighting doesn’t end in Ukraine despite sponsoring the conflict.



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