Lukashenko succeeded Minister of Defense and other security forces of Belarus


It all started with the fact that President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has relocated Defense Minister Andrei Ravkov to the post of Secretary of State for the country's Security Council. Alexander Grigoryevich explained his further decisions during a conversation with the former head of the military department:


Yesterday, I decided to appoint you to the secretariat of the Security Council as Secretary of State. Naturally, the posts were vacated, and I did not consider it necessary to delay this.

The vacant chair of the head of the Belarusian defense ministry was taken by Viktor Khrenin, who previously commanded the forces of the Western Operational Command, and the first deputy chief of the General Staff, Alexander Volfovich, was appointed head of the General Staff of the armed forces.

Lukashenko claims that the decision on personnel changes has ripened for several months, and he is pleased with his choice. Both Khrenin and Volfovich are experienced and competent officers. Both have gone from company commanders, so they know and understand army life at all levels. The Belarusian president believes that they will easily find mutual understanding.

As for Alexander Volfovich, his great advantage is the experience of serving in the General Staff. Therefore, he will not need to adapt for a long time to a new position.

Victor Khrenin on the priorities in the new post (BelTA material):
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  1. the most important 20 January 2020 17: 34 New
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    Or maybe the virus attacked that everyone changes everyone? Or has a new fashion gone ?? We must also replace someone and resign ...
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      1. K-612-O 20 January 2020 17: 50 New
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        What does the Maidan? Old Man himself quietly brings him closer, without strangling neo-Nazis in Belarus, because he will play out.
        And Kostyushko’s monument was erected at him, at such a pace, Ostrovsky and Ermachenko will soon become heroes.
        1. Major Yurik 20 January 2020 18: 02 New
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          Quote: K-612-O
          What does the Maidan? Old Man himself quietly brings him closer, without strangling neo-Nazis in Belarus, because he will play out.
          And Kostyushko’s monument was erected at him, at such a pace, Ostrovsky and Ermachenko will soon become heroes.

          Well father, of course, you know better from a place, I think he’ll figure it out himself, and to rustle in the ranks of loyal subjects is a holy thing! yes As he used to say: - Here's the trouble, just grab the eggs, immediately the milk disappears! laughing
          1. K-612-O 20 January 2020 18: 05 New
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            Well, a monument to the Polish gentry in Brest, it is certainly more visible, but as they say, "the sediment remained."
            1. Ingvar 72 20 January 2020 18: 11 New
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              Quote: K-612-O
              monument to the Polish gentry in Brest

              So we hang Manerheim memorial plaques, and so what?
              1. K-612-O 20 January 2020 18: 16 New
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                Well, at least he was an officer of our General Staff (which does not justify him in any way), although it was our activists who pushed this plate, the "monarchists" damn it (democracy, her mother is a child), and began to chew on Mednoinsky snot. But to make the Polish lord a national hero in my bust.
                1. Ingvar 72 20 January 2020 18: 18 New
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                  But to make the Polish lord a national hero in my bust.

                  Yes, but as far as I know. this is not government policy. In Rostov, a monument was erected to Krasnov; glory to God was demolished.
                  1. K-612-O 20 January 2020 18: 25 New
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                    But then he became a national hero.

                    Kociuszko was born in February 1746 in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (part of the Commonwealth) in a family estate on the territory of modern Belarus, his exact date of birth is unknown. At the age of 20, he graduated from the cadet corps in Warsaw. A year after the outbreak of the civil war with the participation of the Bara Confederation in 1768, Kosciuszko moved to France to continue his studies. He returned to the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in 1774, two years after its first partition, and took up the position of educator on the estate of tycoon Jozef Sosnowski. After an unsuccessful escape attempt with the daughter of his employer, he returned to France. In 1776, Kosciuszko moved to North America, where he took part in the war for US independence with the rank of colonel of the Continental Army. As a military engineer, he designed fortifications and supervised their construction, including the Fort at West Point, New York. In 1783, in recognition of his merits, the Continental Congress promoted him to brigadier generals.

                    Kosciuszko returned to his homeland in 1784. In 1789, with the rank of major general, he joined the army of the Commonwealth. After the second division of the Commonwealth, in March 1794, he organized and led an uprising. In October 1794, at the battle of Macejovice, the main rebel forces were defeated by Russian troops, and Kosciuszko himself was captured. In 1796, after the death of the Russian Empress Catherine II, Kosciuszko was pardoned by her successor Paul I and emigrated to the United States. In 1798 he returned to Europe and lived in France for a long time, and after the Vienna Congress and until his death in 1817, in Switzerland.

                    Andrzej Tadeusz Bonaventure Ko Костciuszko
                    A typical Belarusian, not like Lashkevich, like my relatives.
                    1. Ingvar 72 20 January 2020 18: 28 New
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                      Quote: K-612-O
                      But then he became a national hero.

                      Only for a certain layer, as well as Krasnov and Manerheim.
                      1. K-612-O 20 January 2020 18: 30 New
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                        Stop, stop, stop. Officially! National hero of Belarus! Like France and the USA.
                      2. Ingvar 72 20 January 2020 19: 28 New
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                        Officially! National hero of Belarus!

                        Link please? I did not find anything other than honoring Ko Костciuszko with a bunch of nationalists.
                      3. AU Ivanov. 20 January 2020 19: 47 New
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                        In St. Petersburg there is Kosciuszko street. Such a fashion was: to name streets in honor of nationalists and terrorists.
                  2. K-612-O 20 January 2020 18: 33 New
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                    Krasnov is an anti-Semite and a Nazi; here, too, it is not necessary to put them on a par with Manerheim. Although the Finns were Hitler's ally, they didn’t spoil themselves with Nazism. And Newrnberg did not pass by Mannerheim.
                    President of Finland from 44 to 46 years.
                  3. you
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                    the mannerheim board was removed and the monument to Krasnov was removed, it was a fleeting cloudier than Ivanov’s mind, but someone set his brains on time))
                  4. KAVBER 20 January 2020 18: 50 New
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                    And here you are mistaken, read, there is a lot of information on the subject in the public domain, what is the Finnish kantz camp during World War 2 and how many people of ours were killed by ethnicity, in Karelia and the flax of the region, and this is just pure Nazism
                  5. K-612-O 20 January 2020 19: 02 New
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                    Only this applies to the German contingent in Finland and the Finnish collaborators, who were not related to the Finnish army and the state. Mannerheim condemned this approach, but the truth until September 19.09.1944, XNUMX was somehow sluggish, and then the Lapland War.
                    And the head of state at that time was not. But again, this never justifies him as an ally of the Reich.
                  6. KAVBER 20 January 2020 19: 07 New
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                    Of course, he condemned, but the other side won, they all blamed on the losers, and he was white and fluffy, but those who went to those camps from this conviction didn’t get any easier, do not condemn, do not let do in your country, you are in power , you allow but condemn to yourself, you are an accomplice, at least
                  7. K-612-O 20 January 2020 19: 15 New
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                    He came to power only in April 44, and immediately began to agree on peace. Prior to that, he commanded the army and carried out the orders of his government, which was an ally of the Reich. Once again I say, I do not justify it, and the Finnish authorities, too, there are facts that are. The victims of war will never be forgotten. But to put Mannerheim on a par with Krasnov, Vlasov, Ostrovsky is impossible. There is no only white and black, sometimes there are shades (especially in big politics). Joseph Vissarionovich signed a peace treaty with him and the Finns waged the Lapland War with us. And as a result of the trial of Mannerheim was not, and the previous government crouched. And the Finnish Essovians were also convicted, and unlike Estonia, the Finns do not have Essov marches. To the question of where Nazism was and where not.
                  8. KAVBER 20 January 2020 19: 26 New
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                    Well, so many Nazis at the same process justified themselves, saying that they only executed orders and were out of business; there was still a big question: was it worth concluding peace with the Finns or was it worth returning the lost northern lands of the Russian Empire, but Stalin was definitely more aware at that time , once concluded means it was necessary. But with the fact that there is only white and black you can not argue.
              2. smile 23 January 2020 03: 33 New
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                Hello.
                Sorry, but you ask what percentage of the civilian population of the USSR from the territories captured by the Finns went to concentration camps including women’s ... children’s ....
                And what percentage of the population survived ....
                Finns successfully destroyed more of the population of the lands occupied by them than the Germans ....
                they just couldn’t bite as much as the Germans ... but they wanted to the Urals ... even before the war ... before the third Finnish-Russian war - read Shchirokorada, it covers this topic quite reasonably ....
                and when we talk about the Baltic SS grune we must not forget. that the Finnish shutskor was much more successful - the same guard units as the Nazis .... only the shutskor was created earlier ....
                and they were going to reach the Urals even when the shell-shocked and poisoned Ukrainian Father Hitler (who had been sworn by Svidomo and Zmagars decades later) only dropped his MineCamfara ....
                So it goes....
                And be sure to read Shirokorad ... very dispel illusions. Free only on Flibust, which has been hacked here since October. But it’s not for me to tell you how to get to the sites that are prohibited in our country, especially since, apart from us and Kazakhstan, it seems that it is not prohibited anywhere.
          2. ork_333 20 January 2020 21: 19 New
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            It is the Finns that Nazism did not dirt themselves? Did you teach history? Maybe they also didn’t take part in the SS-Soviet battalions? Maybe the villages were not burned? Have you completely lost the coast ?!
          3. K-612-O 20 January 2020 22: 46 New
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            Essa units were not subordinate to the Finnish army and ALL SS members were convicted by Nyurnberg (hello to Galicia and the Baltic states). At the state level, this ideology did not exist. Do not forget that there were German troops on the territory of Finland, and battalions were recruited from volunteers! And obeyed the German command. And the Finnish army as stood on the Karelian Isthmus, and stood until 44 years old.
          4. Michman 21 January 2020 02: 39 New
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            You can carefully and thoughtfully read the opponent’s comments? Or just immediately in a panic, because it turns out there is a different point of view different from yours. Do you even understand the meaning of what has been said? What is the person trying to convey to you.
        2. shura7782 20 January 2020 21: 34 New
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          and Nazism did not dirtied themselves
          ??? !!!
          Perhaps the WWII corrected, I do not know. But in revolutionary times, my relatives did not experience this for themselves.
        3. K-612-O 20 January 2020 22: 50 New
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          In revolutionary times, there was no such thing as rabble. Both the Whites and the interventionists, who were worse than all taken together, were organized by the British in Karelia.
  2. you
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    Pole Kalinovsky could not be a Belarusian, since there was no Belarus or BSSR at that time, even shkolota knows that
    1. K-612-O 20 January 2020 18: 43 New
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      I don’t know how Kalinovsky didn’t delve into Polish guano yet, but the Russian Emperor was Tsar of all the Great, White, Little Rossy and so on. Later, the Grand Duke of Poland, the Duke of Courland, the Grand Duke of Finland, etc.
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      these are just the geographical names of the lands of the Russian Kingdom (RI), where the Russian people lived, the Belarusian is not a nationality, just like the Great Russian, the Russian people are residents of three parts of a united Russia
    3. K-612-O 20 January 2020 18: 48 New
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      That's right, it was like that before Lenin’s grandfather, and now we have what we have
    4. you
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      and now we have Luka, who, like a snake on her chest, has not only been sitting on her neck for 29 years, but also trying to make Russophobic zmagars from Russian people in Belarus, they found themselves in the Kremlin too late, had to take him by the side for a long time and put him in place
    5. Sewer krainiy 21 January 2020 21: 45 New
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      and now we have Luke, who is like a snake on his chest
      And now you minus. Do not know - do not sing from other people's words.
  3. Uncle Izya 20 January 2020 19: 40 New
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    Well, how do you know all the tycoons were Russian Orthodox then, for the sake of exiting, they converted to Catholicism and recorded as Poles
  4. K-612-O 20 January 2020 20: 51 New
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    This applies only to the Principality of Lithuania (the state language is Russian), but then the gentry established order there and most of the Russians catholicized, with the exception of eastern Belarus and the Smolensk region.
  5. Sewer krainiy 21 January 2020 22: 00 New
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    This applies only to the Principality of Lithuania (the state language is Russian), but then the gentry established order there and most of the Russians catholicized, with the exception of eastern Belarus and the Smolensk region.
    Well, in the ON language was not Russian, but fraternal, very similar. Not without reason in the then Lithuania (not to be confused with Zhmudyu) Russian disgraced princes fled (emigrated laughing ), Kurbsky et al., Etc. Dabbling went everywhere where the xenzi's hand reached out ... Well, I live in the western part of Belarus itself, the vast majority of Orthodox Christians. I will not go into history, I state a fact. But, at the same time, I agree that Catholicism is now advancing.
  6. Sewer krainiy 21 January 2020 21: 40 New
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    Pole Kalinovsky could not be a Belarusian, since there was no Belarus or BSSR at that time, even shkolota knows that
    Sorry, I put you a minus. It is necessary to write, in my opinion, was born, lived, fought, etc. in the territory of modern Belarus. I suppose it will be correct. As for the Pole, so on the territory of Belarus there are thousands of 300-400 Poles by nationality: Belarusians, Russians, Poles, Ukrainians - so we are all one Belarusian people, we don’t share somehow.
  • Uncle Izya 20 January 2020 19: 31 New
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    So maybe you are a nobleman))
    Dashkevich as far as I know the name is gentry
    1. K-612-O 20 January 2020 19: 35 New
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      Lashkevich. And alas, no. By mother (her last name) Gomel farmers, by father Smolensk officers from tsarist times
    2. Uncle Izya 20 January 2020 19: 36 New
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      Well, royal officers are also not the last class
    3. K-612-O 20 January 2020 19: 37 New
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      Are you jealous? Great-grandfather George was for the PMV. Grandfather Königsberg took. By mother, grandfather and grandmother on the Reichstag signed. Something like this.
    4. Uncle Izya 20 January 2020 19: 42 New
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      Well, my grandfather near Smolensk died at 41
    5. K-612-O 20 January 2020 19: 45 New
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      I was on fire at 44 near Warsaw in Su-76, but I got to Koenig. Eternal glory to the people of the winner!
    6. Altona 21 January 2020 03: 46 New
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      Quote: Uncle Izya
      Well, my grandfather near Smolensk died at 41

      ----------------------------
      I have a little further. For Mogilev, almost in front of Minsk.
  • Uncle Izya 20 January 2020 19: 38 New
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    Ragozin’s grandfather or great-grandfather of the king like a general was
  • K-612-O 20 January 2020 19: 42 New
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    Marshal Vasilevsky, too, you know the gentleman of St. George was, and nothing. And how many royal military specialists fought.
  • Uncle Izya 20 January 2020 19: 43 New
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    I cited as an example I know everything Zhukov, too, by the way
  • K-612-O 20 January 2020 19: 46 New
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    Georgievsky no. He had no orders for sure.
  • The popuas 21 January 2020 03: 38 New
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    No wonder he stood with a banner in the 90s, power is white! repeat
  • Paranoid50 20 January 2020 22: 13 New
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    Kosciuszko was pardoned by her successor Paul I and emigrated to the United States.

    He was also granted a substantial amount of money and an offer was made to serve at the court. He refused the service, took the money and left - what a pragmatic heroism. laughing
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    1. you
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      that’s how he decides, looking for sponsors in the West, it was not in vain that he blurted out that NATO will help us ... only the West doesn’t feed anyone for free, Luka will have to share the stolen Russian subsidies-billions in order to talk like Kuchma in the West and into the country he doesn't care
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  • Uncle Izya 20 January 2020 19: 33 New
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    Monument to Pushkin poured paint one udot came to the police
    Or maybe oppy some of them pulls a bow from a rope
    1. Sewer krainiy 21 January 2020 22: 05 New
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      Or maybe oppy some of them pulls a bow from a rope
      Verbiage. If there is specific data - in the studio. Keep speculation for yourself.
  • ork_333 20 January 2020 21: 22 New
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    And give an example of "neo-Nazi" in Belarus. Purely for prof. development.
    1. Cottodraton 21 January 2020 02: 39 New
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      Zmgars? As an example
  • Den717 21 January 2020 07: 17 New
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    And the monument to Kosciuszko was erected with him.

    Tadeusz Kosciuszko is a very colorful and ambiguous personality. Besides the fact that he took part in the uprising against the Russian emperor (empress), he "in February 1814 enthusiastically accepted the defeat of Napoleon, received Russian Cossack officers and forbade the inhabitants of his possessions to resist the Russian ....". As a stroke to the portrait: ".... On November 30, Kosciuszko and Ignacy Potocki were forced to sign the" Oath of allegiance "with an obligation to protect the interests of the emperor and his heir Alexander. After taking the oath, the uprising participants were freed. Pavel ordered Kostyushko to pay 12 thousand rubles - the official value of 1000 serf souls. Two years later, on August 4, 1798, invited to Paris to form Polish legions, Kosciuszko wrote to the emperor that he did not consider it possible to fulfill the oath taken under pressure, and returned the money granted to him..... "How many politicians today can boast of refunds after leaving service?
  • Doliva63 20 January 2020 18: 09 New
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    Old Man probably sensed. That went through a surplus in communication with Russia in elevated tones .. That's hedged!
    Or maybe infa arrived that the Maidan is being prepared in Minsk.

    Of course not. But it is possible that the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation are slowly synchronizing the work on changing the constitutions - the president will become a nominal figure, and something like "state councils" will steer. And there, you look, and begin to unite. Medvedev, they say, slowed down the process, but now it is gone.
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      1. Doliva63 20 January 2020 18: 23 New
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        Quote: Secretary General
        Quote: Doliva63
        But it is possible that the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation are slowly synchronizing the work on changing the constitutions - the president will become a nominal figure, and something like "state councils" will steer. And there, you look, and begin to unite. Medvedev, they say, slowed down the process, but now it is gone.

        Well, I’m always for the union .. Perhaps all this movement is exactly what is going on.! Well, God forbid .. And then this persecution is going on while we are disconnected .. And if we unite, then the howling universal neoliberals will begin in all the media .. laughing

        drinks
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    2. Sergej1972 20 January 2020 18: 35 New
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      Yes, there will be no transfer of power to the State Council. Neither Putin nor Lukashenko advocated collegiality in the executive branch. In our country, it is mortally dangerous, at the federal level, to give power to a collegial body, the State Council, and in the regions to leave executive power in the hands of the one-man leaders - governors and mayors.
      1. Sergej1972 20 January 2020 18: 51 New
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        Minusator, please see the text of the amendments to the Constitution.
      2. Doliva63 20 January 2020 18: 59 New
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        Quote: Sergej1972
        Yes, there will be no transfer of power to the State Council. Neither Putin nor Lukashenko advocated collegiality in the executive branch. In our country, it is mortally dangerous, at the federal level, to give power to a collegial body, the State Council, and in the regions to leave executive power in the hands of the one-man leaders - governors and mayors.

        In short. Collegiality in an authority is easily limited by legislation, which is adopted by a completely controlled Duma. Putin, according to rumors, is for the first time ready to officially head "one of the parties." Clearly, this is either the EP that Shoigu once created for him, or, against the background of its unpopularity, there will be some new one. In general, the "movement" has gone. Where will it lead - see. But in a non-democracy, the explicit prime mover of which is the new prime minister, a rigid vertical is not required. And it suits Putin.
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        2. yustas 21 January 2020 00: 05 New
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          The cat abandoned the kittens, Putin is again to blame, how do you all are tired of my ears
  • knn54 20 January 2020 18: 42 New
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    Lukashenko most likely picks up people personally loyal to the president.
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      Lukashenko most likely picks up people personally loyal to the president.

      It would be strange for him to select people personally loyal to Vekselberg, for example. Do not find?
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      2. syndicalist 21 January 2020 07: 48 New
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        That is, other criteria, besides personal devotion, do not fit into your consciousness?
        1. Doliva63 21 January 2020 18: 52 New
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          That is, other criteria, besides personal devotion, do not fit into your consciousness?

          How do you know ALL the criteria that guide Lukashenko?
  • Thrifty 20 January 2020 17: 44 New
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    Here, let the Belarusians on the site explain how this can affect the relations of our republics, or this is purely Belarusian trouble. ..
    1. Dmitry Donskoy 20 January 2020 17: 48 New
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      But it’s contagious to change the government. yes
      1. BARKAS 20 January 2020 18: 07 New
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        A lesson for helpers do not give the dad in the morning newspapers with news from Russia.
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      Here, let the Belarusians on the site explain how this can affect the relations of our republics, or this is purely Belarusian trouble. ..

      Let me explain - the entire army and police of the Republic of Belarus - FOR the unity with Russia - almost 99%.
      And this shuffling of cards - now they put in the power of people negatively related to Russia.
      That's clearer ?
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        Quote: lucul
        Here, let the Belarusians on the site explain how this can affect the relations of our republics, or this is purely Belarusian trouble. ..

        Let me explain - the entire army and police of the Republic of Belarus - FOR the unity with Russia - almost 99%.
        And this shuffling of cards - now they put in the power of people negatively related to Russia.
        That's clearer ?

        I wonder which of these 2 new can negatively relate to the Russian Federation? Or are you talking about someone else?
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      3. shura7782 20 January 2020 21: 48 New
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        the entire army and police of the Republic of Belarus - FOR unity with Russia - almost 99%.
        Vitaly, it’s nice to read that.
        Especially about 99%. So only 1% of the army of the Republic of Belarus do not want to serve in the north in Zab. VO Dal.VO and. etc. . Did I understand you correctly?)))
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          Golden words. Kolyma and Chukotka. Rotation it is.
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    4. Sergey Tishkov 20 January 2020 20: 25 New
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      I explain. By virtue of the necessary knowledge and experience, it is necessary to place people in the highest command posts who have formed and received military education during the USSR, who perceive Russia as a fraternal people and, accordingly, in their hearts are not against unification with you. Accordingly, our handsome man shuffles the military in senior positions, so that at least at the initial stage they would be first of all devoted to him. In 10-15 years, the generation of the military formed in independent Belarus will come to the highest military posts and the alignment will already be different.
  • Masha 20 January 2020 17: 49 New
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    Or maybe the virus attacked

    The trend however .... clearly visible .... wink
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      Masha hi "change cuckoo to hawk" -with cuckoo habits wassat
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        love
        No owls? But as he listens !!! lol
  • Lelek 20 January 2020 18: 55 New
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    Quote: the most important
    Or maybe the virus attacked that everyone changes everyone?

    hi
    Most likely, the domino principle.
  • Krasnoyarsk 20 January 2020 20: 56 New
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    Or maybe the virus attacked that everyone changes everyone? Or has a new fashion gone ?? We must also replace someone and resign ...

    Before the war, Hitler also changed generals. I do not want to say that everything is so cool. No, I want to say that it’s not necessary, but it’s possible that there will be a certain change of father’s priorities in international politics. Given the current difficult relations with Russia, the father can "bite the bit"
  • Sewer krainiy 21 January 2020 22: 52 New
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    Or maybe the virus attacked that everyone changes everyone? Or has a new fashion gone ?? We must also replace someone and resign ...
    I read all the comments. A lot of speculation and all about nothing. In connection with the appointment of the State Secretary of the Security Council of the Republic of Belarus, Zasya S.V. CSTO Secretary General has moved: the Minister of Defense Ravkov has been moved to the post of Secretary of State, the commander of the Western Operational Command Khrenin has been appointed Minister of Defense. About the beginning the General Staff will not say anything. Ravkov and Khrenin commanded the troops of the Western Operational Command (the former 28th combined arms army). A line of responsibility along the Polish border from Lithuania to Ukraine, a depth of about 100 kilometers. So the military understands. Worthy generals. By the way, out of 28 OA and ZOK, there were already RB defense ministers and chiefs of the General Staff of Russia (Kvashnin, former commander of 28 OA). In Soviet times, many prominent military leaders passed through 28 OA. So do not need fortunetelling and speculation. Ordinary appointments.
  • rich 20 January 2020 17: 35 New
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    Khrenin Victor Gennadievich

    Minister of Defense of the Republic of Belarus (since 2020). Major General. For five years, he served as commander of the Western Operational Command of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus. It is noted by state awards and distinctions.

    Victor Khrenin was born on August 1, 1971 in the city of Novogrudok, the Republic of Belarus. He graduated from the Ussuriisk Suvorov Military School. In 1992, he completed his studies at the Omsk Higher Combined Arms Command School named after Frunze.
    After graduating from a military university, Khrenin consistently held the positions of commander of a motorized rifle platoon, commander of a reconnaissance platoon, reconnaissance company, and head of the department — head of the information processing point of the command post of a separate reconnaissance battalion.
    He also served as deputy commander of a separate motorized rifle battalion, deputy commander of a separate reconnaissance battalion, commander of a separate tank battalion and commander of a separate guards motorized rifle battalion of the 6th separate guarded mechanized brigade of the Western Operational Command.
    In 2005, the officer received additional education at the Military Academy of the Republic of Belarus and took the post of senior officer in the operational department of the operational department of the headquarters of the Western Operational Command.
    Then he served as deputy commander, chief of staff - first deputy commander of the 6th separate guards mechanized brigade of the Western Operational Command. He was the chief of staff - first deputy commander of the 11th separate guards mechanized brigade of the Western operational command and senior officer of the department of the main operational department of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus.
    Later he headed the 6th separate guards mechanized brigade of the Western operational command. He commanded the 11th Separate Guards Mechanized Brigade of the Western Operational Command and was in the position of deputy commander of the troops of the Western Operational Command.
    Since July 2014, Viktor Gennadievich served as chief of staff - first deputy commander of the Western Operational Command of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus, and on June 23, 2015, he was appointed commander of the ZOK Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus.
    By presidential decree of January 20, 2020, Major General Khrenin Viktor Gennadievich was appointed to the post of Minister of Defense of the Republic.
    1. rich 20 January 2020 17: 44 New
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      Major General Alexander G. Wolfovich

      He was born in Kazan, but graduated from the school in 1984 in Borisov, in the military town of Pecs, where his father, a tank officer of the Soviet army Grigory Volfovich, served. Like most classmates, children of military personnel, Alexander was released from studying the Belarusian language. After school, he chose a military path, and his career went quite successfully. Alexander Volfovich graduated from the Moscow Higher Combined Arms School, after which he served in the Belarusian Army and in 1998 graduated from the command and staff department of the Military Academy of the Republic of Belarus.
      For several years his service took place in Borisov, where he was the chief of staff of the school for the training of warrant officers of the 72nd Guard Training Center for the training of warrant officers and junior specialists. In 2005 - 2006 he served in the main operational department of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus in Minsk.
      Then Volfovich was sent to study in Moscow, and in 2008 he graduated with honors from the Military Academy of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.
      After that, he commanded the 120th separate guards mechanized brigade. In 2010 - 2012, he served as Deputy Commander of the Western Operational Command. In 2012, he returned to Borisov, having been appointed to the post of chief of staff - first deputy commander of the North-West Operational Command.
      On January 15, 2015, he was appointed Commander of the North-West Operational Command of the Armed Forces.
      In May last year, Alexander Volfovich was again appointed to Minsk as the first deputy chief of the general staff
      1. Lekz 20 January 2020 18: 22 New
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        I liked the Soviet sign "Guard". Looks respectful. Plus.
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          1. Alexga 20 January 2020 20: 03 New
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            And the form is nothing superfluous ....

            Well, as there is nothing superfluous, look when he was born, where he served, and what the USSR medal “For Impeccable Service” of the 2nd degree does for 15 years, which
      2. faterdom 20 January 2020 19: 14 New
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        We also have our own Wolfovich. He’ll be delighted! Definitely!
      3. Alexga 21 January 2020 12: 09 New
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        More details about his beginning of service: Major General Volfovich Alexander Grigoryevich was born on June 28, 1967 in Russia, in Kazan, in the family of a military man.

        In the 1980s, he graduated from secondary school No. 7, in the military town of Pecs in Borisov, where his father served.

        In 1988 he graduated from the Moscow Higher Military Command School. He served in the following positions: platoon commander, motorized rifle company commander, chief of staff - deputy motorized rifle battalion commander of the motorized rifle regiment.
        Since 1993 - Chief of Staff - Deputy Commander of the Motorized Rifle Training Battalion 114 of the Motorized Rifle Training Regiment of the 72th Guards Joint Training Center for Junior Specialists of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus.

        After graduating from the command and staff faculty of the Military Academy of the Republic of Belarus in 1998, he served in the 72th Guards Joint Training Center for Junior Specialists of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus in the following positions: battalion commander, chief of staff - deputy commander of a motorized rifle regiment, chief of staff - deputy chief of training school warrant officers.

        In 2002, he took up the post of first chief of staff - deputy chief of 361 security and maintenance bases, and later - commander of 361 security and maintenance bases.
    2. Ingvar 72 20 January 2020 17: 58 New
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      Quote: Rich
      Victor Khrenin was born on August 1, 1971

      Look how young! And so, in addition to the official biography, what do they say about him?
    3. Gray brother 20 January 2020 18: 01 New
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      Quote: Rich
      Khrenin Victor Gennadievich

      Major General Alexander G. Wolfovich

      Something seems to me that both are weak for the post of Minister of Defense. They are pure military men, and here broader horizons are needed.
      1. Romka 20 January 2020 21: 25 New
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        Well, yes, it would be nice for the future Minister of Defense to work at a construction site and the Ministry of Emergency Situations is not superfluous - it will come in handy.
        1. syndicalist 21 January 2020 08: 01 New
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          And most importantly, in the tax - the forge of personnel!
      2. Roman070280 21 January 2020 10: 52 New
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        They are pure military men, and here broader horizons are needed.

        At least in the Ministry of Emergencies it was necessary to work ..))
        1. Gray brother 21 January 2020 11: 38 New
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          Quote: Roman070280
          At least in the Ministry of Emergencies it was necessary to work ..))

          It is necessary to get acquainted with the work of a large state structure, ensuring its activity and development, and not draw arrows on a map at headquarters while receiving resources and nishtyaki from somewhere "out of the rear".
          Although, maybe I am finding fault, of course, in the army of Belarus there are only about 65 thousand people, along with civilian personnel. Not so much, maybe it will do.
          1. Romka 21 January 2020 15: 59 New
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            "familiarize yourself with the work of a large government agency, providing its activities "- you definitely noticed about it: toss the cabbage there at a good price laughing
    4. Doliva63 20 January 2020 18: 20 New
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      Quote: Rich
      Khrenin Victor Gennadievich

      Minister of Defense of the Republic of Belarus (since 2020). Major General. For five years, he served as commander of the Western Operational Command of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus. It is noted by state awards and distinctions.

      Victor Khrenin was born on August 1, 1971 in the city of Novogrudok, the Republic of Belarus. He graduated from the Ussuriisk Suvorov Military School. In 1992, he completed his studies at the Omsk Higher Combined Arms Command School named after Frunze.
      After graduating from a military university, Khrenin consistently held the positions of commander of a motorized rifle platoon, commander of a reconnaissance platoon, reconnaissance company, and head of the department — head of the information processing point of the command post of a separate reconnaissance battalion.
      He also served as deputy commander of a separate motorized rifle battalion, deputy commander of a separate reconnaissance battalion, commander of a separate tank battalion and commander of a separate guards motorized rifle battalion of the 6th separate guarded mechanized brigade of the Western Operational Command.
      In 2005, the officer received additional education at the Military Academy of the Republic of Belarus and took the post of senior officer in the operational department of the operational department of the headquarters of the Western Operational Command.
      Then he served as deputy commander, chief of staff - first deputy commander of the 6th separate guards mechanized brigade of the Western Operational Command. He was the chief of staff - first deputy commander of the 11th separate guards mechanized brigade of the Western operational command and senior officer of the department of the main operational department of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus.
      Later he headed the 6th separate guards mechanized brigade of the Western operational command. He commanded the 11th Separate Guards Mechanized Brigade of the Western Operational Command and was in the position of deputy commander of the troops of the Western Operational Command.
      Since July 2014, Viktor Gennadievich served as chief of staff - first deputy commander of the Western Operational Command of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus, and on June 23, 2015, he was appointed commander of the ZOK Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus.
      By presidential decree of January 20, 2020, Major General Khrenin Viktor Gennadievich was appointed to the post of Minister of Defense of the Republic.

      An average of 1,5 years per job. Not sour! Or smart damn, or "hairy" pretty. Well, Old Man knows better.
      1. Gray brother 20 January 2020 18: 23 New
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        Quote: Doliva63
        Well, Old Man knows better.

        Old Man himself, "Napoleon", probably carried away by direct control.
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      Gennadievich if that ....
  • Azazelo 20 January 2020 17: 37 New
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    Shining teachings with NATO ..
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      What does this interesting shine come from?
  • Doliva63 20 January 2020 18: 03 New
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    "Both have gone from company commanders ..."
    Che, in the BSSR they immediately graduate from colleges from companies ?! laughing
  • JD1979 20 January 2020 18: 21 New
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    Another exacerbation of paranoia, we change some of the polypolysis to others, which in this exacerbation seem more true.
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    Even this boil starts to me, I don’t like it .. especially in light of the fact that almost no one owns real information ...
  • RUS96 20 January 2020 18: 59 New
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    Old Man probably sensed

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    1. GenNick 20 January 2020 22: 15 New
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      Come, we’ll try to treat your arrhythmia with an enema ...
      1. Michman 21 January 2020 03: 00 New
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        If the dog bites the owner, then it is beaten and chased. Horosh here. You don’t need power here. Cut off all the financing and shut off the valves. For half a year you’ll crawl at your feet begging for eternal friendship. It’s up to the Kremlin to decide whether you should be or not. Remember about why Russia needs you. Otherwise, you would not be fed.
  • alessio 20 January 2020 20: 07 New
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    Pope Kolya's ideas are the faithful way of his Ukrainian neighbors. Nothing teaches people. I suspect that Poroshenko bit him. This is a special infection)))
  • Leprikon5656 20 January 2020 20: 10 New
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    Whom Uncle Vova said, he was appointed. The regular situation.
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    Meanwhile, more interesting news appeared.
    Belarus began importing Norwegian oil without agreeing with Moscow
    Read more: https://news.tut.by/economics/669430.html

    Belarus to import oil from Norway's Johan Sverdrup field: Belneftekhim
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-belarus-oil-russia/belarus-to-import-oil-from-norways-johan-sverdrup-field-belneftekhim-idUSKBN1ZJ1UQ
    1. Altona 21 January 2020 03: 51 New
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      Belarus began importing Norwegian oil without agreeing with Moscow

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      Should Moscow stop the Novopolotsk refinery?
  • Chingachguk 20 January 2020 22: 05 New
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    Old Man puts on these posts people loyal to his current policy? Not loving Russia? Strengthens its regime? It counts on the fact that if they suddenly point a finger at the Russians and say - FAS, will they be unconditionally supported by the armed forces of BELARUS? Or for some other reasons?
  • Chingachguk 20 January 2020 22: 07 New
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    And to whom did these eagles take the oath, to Lukashenko himself?
  • g_ae 20 January 2020 22: 23 New
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    I read comments and stupefy. So the immortal words of Sergei Lavrov are recalled, it seems, said in Saudi Arabia.
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    Quote: Prahlad
    You need to enter there with arrhythmia, displace LUKavogo, and make an allied state. For good, he does not understand.

    It’s better to worry about your country, put things in order, including in your head, and then give out tips, whom to remove, who to reward! Go to the Republic of Belarus and tell your Old Man your nonsense if you don’t manage it, otherwise all the heroes should be given advice from the sofa!
    1. Cottodraton 21 January 2020 02: 48 New
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      How do you know how he comes from?
  • Grigory b 21 January 2020 00: 09 New
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    The Minister of Defense is not a match for our order bearers. Behind Ussuriysk Suvorov, Omsk im. Frunze and all posts in order. The old man appoints him not according to his clan affair, well done.
  • Gennady Fomkin 21 January 2020 03: 07 New
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    Well, we have our own Volfovich Khrenin) Only his talk shows will not be released further laughing
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    Or maybe the virus attacked that everyone changes everyone? Or has a new fashion gone ?? We must also replace someone and resign ...

    This is Batkina's fun, every year to rehearse ministers.