Cuba and Belarus seal ‘bilateral military cooperation agreement’

General Viktor Khrenin, Minister of Defense of Belarus gets a hug in Havana

From our Bureau of Bloody Blood Brothers with some assistance from our Bureau of Vassals of Czar Vlad the Invader

It’s official now. Two vassal states of Grand Putinia have agreed to cooperate on their warmongering efforts, especially those that matter most to their colonial ruler. The Defense Minister of Belarus had a lot of fun issuing the following comment: “We defend freedom and independence, social justice and equal cooperation with other countries.”

Aaaah, lying can be so exciting! No explicit mention of missiles, naturally. But you can bet your bottom dollar they are included in this bilateral pact.

Abridged and loosely translated from CiberCuba

The minister of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Cuba (FAR), Army Corps General Álvaro López Miera, signed a military cooperation agreement with his counterpart, Lieutenant General Viktor Khrenin, Minister of Defense of Belarus.

“Minister of Defense of Belarus, Lieutenant General, Viktor Khrenin, and Minister of Defense of Cuba, Álvaro López Miera, signed documents on bilateral military cooperation,” indicated the Ministry of Defense of the Slavic country on its Telegram channel.

A video shared through this social network showed the moment in which both Defense Ministers signed the Agreement, of which no details have been revealed, but which, according to analysts and independent press media, further accentuates the transfer of sovereignty of La Havana to Moscow, in the middle of the critical scenario of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

“This is a Law that embodies the will and mandate of the Homeland,” said López Miera after the signing of the secret Agreement, arrogating to himself legislative powers that he does not have and making clear the Cuban regime’s respect for the “will” of the people, supposedly “sovereign”.

“Cuba is an important partner in the international arena and a strategic ally in the Western Hemisphere for the Republic of Belarus. Despite our geographical distance and cultural differences, our countries are very similar: we defend freedom and independence, social justice and equal cooperation with other countries,” Khrenin told the Cuban official press during his recent visit to the Island.

Citing Belarusian autocrat Alexander Lukashenko, that country’s Defense Minister stated that “military force has today become the basis of political relations between countries. “Consequently, it is important for defense departments to establish relationships that meet the needs of our people, so that people feel safe.”

Whole story HERE in Spanish

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