According to the information of Ukraine’s international partners and domestic intelligence data, there are currently no signs of the formation of strike groups in the territory of Belarus.
“Both our partners and domestic intelligence data clearly state that there are no signs of the formation of strike groups in the territory of Belarus. However, we have information about possible provocations, the final involvement of Belarus in the Russian-Ukrainian war. Sabotage and reconnaissance groups could be sent [to Ukraine]. And that is why our law enforcement officers have reinforced the service at checkpoints,” First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Yevheniy Yenin said during the nationwide telethon.
Over the past week alone, the Ukrainian police checked about 10,000 people. Of them, 256 people raised suspicions and were taken to the Security Service of Ukraine. Two sabotage and reconnaissance groups were exposed.
“From time to time, our law enforcement officers detect either drones on the border of Ukraine in the northern regions, or the citizens of the Russian Federation or Belarus who want to move to our side. All such persons are thoroughly checked by our law enforcement officers,” the official said.