Belarusian opposition think Russians may leave weapons after Zapad

The Belarusian society has fears about the upcoming joint war games with Russia, Zapad 2017, and the plans to bring numerous weaponry, Belarusian opposition activists have said in Vilnius.
Anatoly Lebedko
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