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Lukashenko says Belarus will benefit from the combat experience of Wagner’s fighters

The strongman leader of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenkosaid on Tuesday that his authoritarian country would benefit from the combat experience of Wagner fighters exiled to the former Soviet state after a failed uprising in Russia.

“If their commanders come to us and help us … (that’s) experience. They’ve been through it. They’ll tell you about the weapons: which ones worked well, which ones didn’t. And tactics, and weapons, and how to attack, how defend. This is priceless,” Lukashenko, who offered to host fighters from Wagner, said during a meeting with his defense minister, according to state media.


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