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10 March 2023, 09:01

KGB: Polish special services were involved in attempted terrorist attack in Belarus

Screenshot of the video by the Belarus 1 TV channel
Screenshot of the video by the Belarus 1 TV channel

MINSK, 10 March (BelTA) – The special services of Poland had a role in organizing a terrorist attack in Belarus, a KGB operative said on the air of the Belarus 1 TV channel, BelTA informs.

“While implementing operational and search activities, we found out that Poland's special services were highly likely to be involved in this attack. The assumption is based on the fact that the attack involved several people from among the so-called self-exiled opposition who are currently on the territory of Poland. These people had a role in organizing the delivery of weapons, drones to the territory of the Republic of Belarus, they helped the terrorist enter the territory of the Republic of Belarus, and assisted in developing and implementing his evacuation plan,” the KGB operative said.

A reminder, the State Security Committee of Belarus in collaboration with the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the State Border Committee and other law enforcement agencies, carried out a large-scale special operation. It resulted in the arrest of the Ukrainian citizen Nikolai Vladimirovich Shvets born in 1993 who was hiding in one of safe houses. He had tried to commit an act of terrorism at the Belarusian military airfield Machulishchi on 26 February 2023.

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