NATO has not seen any development of Wagner warriors to Belarus, Stoltenberg says

NATO has not seen any development of Wagner soldier of fortune contenders to Belarus, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Tuesday.

"Up to this point we haven't seen any sending or development of the Wagner powers into Belarus, obviously we follow intently what's going on," Stoltenberg told correspondents in front of the NATO culmination in Vilnius, adding that the partnership is "prepared" to safeguard itself against any possible danger.

There has been inescapable hypothesis about where the Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin has been since the cut short rebellion on June 23-24.

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko expedited an arrangement for him to move to Belarus, yet said last week Prigozhin was not in the country.

Last week, the leaders of Lithuania, Poland and Latvia composed a letter to the NATO Secretary General and the Tops of the NATO Coalition, cautioning them about the danger "presented by Russia's forceful activities and the developing circumstance in Belarus."

As per the Lithuanian President's Correspondence Gathering, the three chiefs likewise brought up that "the migration of the Russian Wagner Gathering hired fighters and their chief Yevgeny Prigozhin to Belarus would create gambles for the political strength in Belarus and in result a possible loss of command over traditional and atomic weapons."

The Clean Safeguard serve Mariusz Blaszczak tweeted on Friday that north of 1,000 warriors and right around 200 units of hardware from the twelfth and seventeenth Motorized Detachments were beginning to move toward the east of the country."

"This is a show of our status to answer endeavors at destabilization close to the boundary of our country," he added.

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