The US did not confirm the allegations of the transfer of hypersonic weapons by the Russian Federation to Belarus

White House building in Washington DC

White House building in Washington DC

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The US administration does not confirm the allegations of Russia transferring hypersonic weapons to Belarus. This was announced on Tuesday, November 1, by the coordinator for strategic communications at the White House National Security Council, John Kirby.

In addition, as the official stressed, Washington sees no intention on the part of Minsk to join the Russian special operation in Ukraine, transmits TASS.

At the same time, Kirby previously claimed that Belarus, even before the start of the special operation, was ready to deploy Russian troops on its territory and provide them with the necessary support. According to him, Minsk may try to pin down Ukrainian formations in the north of the country and distract them from the actions of the Russian army in the east and south of Ukraine.

Earlier, the President of Belarus said that the republic adjusted approaches to equipment troops on the experience of the Russian special operation in Ukraine. In particular, the modernization of tanks was launched. Moscow and Minsk are also creating a joint regional grouping of troops. As indicated in the Ministry of Defense of Belarus, all measures are aimed at an “adequate response” to actions near the Ukrainian-Belarusian border.

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