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Military equipment pulled down to Lukashenka’s residence

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The column of military equipment and transport vehicles pulled up to the Palace of Independence, the residence of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, was filmed. The footage on Sunday, October 18, is published by the Military Observer Telegram channel.
“A significant presence of the security forces of the Republic of Belarus in the area of ​​the Palace of Independence (….) on the eve of mass protests,” the signature says.
According to the reform.by portal, the same columns of military equipment were seen in the Uruchye area and on Partizansky Avenue – special vehicles were heading towards Vaneev Square. It is also reported that the security forces are also in the yards in the area of ​​Partizansky Prospekt.
Since August, mass protests have continued in Belarus over the official results of the presidential elections, according to which Alexander Lukashenko, who ran for a sixth term, received 80 percent of the vote. The first shares were violently accelerated. A criminal case was opened for an attempt to seize power in connection with the creation of the Opposition Coordination Council. On October 12, the Belarusian Interior Ministry threatened to use military weapons against the protesters to maintain order in the streets of Minsk. The first deputy head of the department, Gennady Kazakevich, said that the protest actions had become extremely radical.

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