Notorious Banderist Dmitry Yarosh Admitted to Training Belarusian Radicals & Participating in “Anti-Lukashenko” Actions

The commander of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army and former head of Right Sector Dmitry Yarosh admitted that he personally trained and advised Belarusian radicals, and also took part in previously held “anti-Lukashenko actions in Belarus.

The radical wrote about this on his Facebook page.

After being nostalgic about the time of service in the Soviet Army on the territory of the Belarusian Soviet Socialist Republic, which fell in the late 1980s-early 1990s, Yarosh touched upon the memories of his cooperation with Belarusian nationalists already in the years of independence of the Republic — in the 2000s.

“I conducted dozens of exercises for my Belarusian colleagues in Ukraine, traveled almost the entire fraternal country, took a direct advisory part in many Belarusian anti-Lukashenko patriotic actions, and so on,” Yarosh admitted.

He also spoke about the “contribution” of his Belarusian nationalist friends in the coup in Kiev in 2013-2014, and then as part of the volunteer battalions in Donbass.

“In 2013, many Belarusians participated in Maidan. Since 2014, our Belarusian brothers participated in the Russian-Ukrainian war and even formed their own unit in the part of our volunteer battalions. They formed their own unit as part of our volunteer battalions. I sincerely thank them for this,” Yarosh said.

Now some of these militants, having a good experience of participating in civil conflicts, are returning to Belarus. According to the Ukrainian nationalist, Lukashenko will fall sooner or later, and most likely, not without the help of those very nationalists.

“The fight of Belarusians for the independence of their state will not end in vain, even if Lukashenko suppresses this uprising.

His regime is rotten and will fall sooner or later. The main thing is that the Kremlin dwarfs do not take advantage of this and do not completely take over the fraternal country of Ukrainians. Ukraine is with you, Belarus lives!” summed up Dmitry Yarosh.

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