Written by Aleksandr Kots; Originally appeared at KP.ru, translated by J.Hawk exclusively for SouthFront
Komsomolskaya Pravda (KP) learned the names of the chief participants in the provocation in which Russian citizens were arrested in Belarus prior to the elections.
“It’s not us, it’s an FSB provocation”—that was the official reaction of Ukrainian special services to the failure of their operation in Minsk. KP explained in detail how 33 Russians, most of whom fought on the Donbass, were lured to Belarus. They were promised a flight from Minsk to Venezuela to protect Rosneft facilities.
In the meantime Ukrainian services told their Belarusian equivalents that these persons are Wagner PMC associates who came to “destabilize the situation” prior to the elections. The Russians were arrested in Minsk and accused first of terrorism and later in preparing mass disorders. Kiev sent a request for extradition those who fought against Ukrainian forces on the Donbass…And nobody …