Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko recently visited the central command post of the Air Force and Air Defense Command to receive a report on the organization and fulfillment of air defense alert tasks. While the situation is not critical, there are factors that raise concerns, according to Lukashenko. The troops have been on heightened alert for several days already, and additional assets and means are being utilized. The duty forces were raised to combat readiness number one after incidents in the Russian Federation. The Belarus president pays a lot of attention to developing and ensuring the combat readiness of the Armed Forces.
Belarus is taking measures to ensure its air defense alert tasks are fulfilled, with troops on heightened alert and additional assets and means being utilized. The Belarus president is paying close attention to the development and combat readiness of the Armed Forces, with plans in place to purchase new weapons and military hardware. The Air Force and Air Defense Command will receive new radar stations and air defense missile systems, as well as new aircraft. The Belarus Armed Forces are regularly checked for readiness, with the last check done on May 11.
The recent incidents happening at the western and southern borders, including due to ongoing combat training events of NATO countries led by the USA, have raised concerns for Belarus. The Belarus president is interested in the situation around the country and the directions and prospects of development of this situation. The Belarus Armed Forces are on high alert and are prepared to respond to any potential threats. Belarus is taking measures to ensure its air defense alert tasks are fulfilled and its Armed Forces are combat-ready.
Keywords: Belarus, air defense alert tasks, combat readiness, Armed Forces, NATO, air defense missile systems, radar stations, aircraft.
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