An unnamed KGB officer of Belarus told reporters that those responsible for the sabotage at the Machulishchi airfield are in Poland. The operative noted that this indicates the involvement of the Polish special services in undermining the Russian aircraft.
The KGB of Belarus is considering the involvement of the Polish special services in blowing up the Russian A-50 aircraft at the Machulishchi airfield. This version arose during operational-search operations. This was stated on the TV channel “Belarus 1” by a KGB operative, BelTA informs.
“This is evidenced by the fact that several people from among the so-called fugitives who are now on the territory of Poland were involved in it (ed. note of the operation). These people are involved in the channels for organizing the delivery of weapons and drones to the territory of the Republic of Belarus, ensuring the penetration of a terrorist into the territory of the Republic of Belarus, preparing and implementing routes for his evacuation,” the KGB officer said.
Undermining the A-50 at the airfield in Machulishchi: what is already known
Let’s remind, explosions in Machulishchi thundered on February, 26th.
On the same day, the head of the BYPOL association, Alexander Azarov, said that the operation to blow up the Russian plane had been prepared for several months and was carried out by Belarusian partisans. According to him, those involved in the explosion of the A-50 immediately went abroad. To implement the plan, the guerrillas used drones.
On March 1, the Belarusian Defense Ministry stated that the plane was not damaged. The ministries published a video on the social networks of the A-50 aircraft moving at the airfield. However, the monitoring group “Belarusian Guyun” criticized the evidence. Investigators noted that the plane in the video did not fulfill its main function – it did not fly.
Later, on March 2, a video of a Ukrainian kamikaze drone approaching the A-50 at the airfield in Machulishchi was published on social networks. The network noted that the fact that the drone was able to fly up to the plane, sit on it and fly away proves the possibility of destroying the board.
Already on March 7, on the air of the same TV channel, they showed an allegedly detained Ukrainian saboteur who blew up an A-50 aircraft at a Belarusian airfield. The news showed the detention of a man and his confession that he worked for the SBU and carried out the task of destroying a Russian aircraft in Machulishchi. He called himself Nikolai Vladimirovich Shvets and spoke about special training in the capital.
Also on March 7, Alyaksandr Lukashenka stated that the detained alleged saboteur was a Russian. The man, according to the self-proclaimed president of Belarus, was born in Krivoy Rog and lived in Crimea, but he has two passports: both Russian and Ukrainian. Lukashenka also said that the detainee “is well versed in IT technologies.”
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