Belarusian military do not think it reasonable to take “practical measures” in connection with suspending the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE) by Russia, told Chief of General Staff of the armed forces of Belarus, Lieutenant-General Syarhei Hurulyou (Gurulev) Wednesday in Brest during a meeting of chiefs of general staffs of military forces of Belarus and Ukraine.
The blood-curbing declarations have been made: Moscow military experts are suggesting terrible scenario according to which the USA is going to attack Russia for providing itself with access to the Siberian natural resources .The cold war participants’ assumption is very clear, Manfred Quirring from the “Die Welt” German edition writes.
The location of a criminal case brought up against Polish intelligence agents, investigated by the State Security Committee of Belarus is still unknown. As the Supreme Court informed, the main judicial authority of the country haven’t received materials of the case. At the same time, the Supreme Court is to define jurisdiction of the case, is it to be considered by the Military College of the Supreme Court or to the Belarusian Military Court.
As the”Zavtra Tvoey Strany” (Your country’s tomorrow) site reported, 8 people with IDs of militiamen unexpectedly attacked chairman of the State Control Committee Zyanon Lomats. They considerably squeezed the chief presidential controller and disappeared in the unidentified direction. The incident was immediately reported to minister for internal affairs Uladzimir Navumau. who immediately sent the operational agents of the chief department for organized crime termination of the ministry for internal affairs to Maguiliou. The staff members of the anti-gang department had searched the whole city up and down and by the end of the day found and detained the offenders. Those were 7 KGB’s and one Security Council’s staff-members.
Earlier this year an Iranian nuclear scientist at the uranium conversion facility at Isfahan died from poisoning with uranium hexafluoride gas. Accidents like this keep Najmedin Meshkati awake at night. A leading expert in nuclear safety at the University of Southern California, the Iranian-born engineer worries that the Russian technology and human error that led to the Chernobyl disaster may cause a similar tragedy at Iran`s nuclear facilities in Bushehr and elsewhere. The biggest nuclear threat from Iran is not from an attack but from an accident, he told Deborah Campbell, and international sanctions are only increasing the risk
27 July 1990 the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR adopted the Declaration on Sovereignty. 25 August 1991 the declaration became the constitutional law. Those times as well as the present- day situation in construction of the sovereign state have been dwelt upon in the interview of deputy chairman of the BNF Party Professor Khadika to the Charter’97 press-center. ”As far as retaining of sovereignty is concerned the democratic forces must help the authorities also with the established relations with the West. But the help from Europe is supposed to come only after Belarus makes its concessions on the principle issues of political and economic reforming”, the policymaker considers.
“Personnel reshuffle have never done good for professionalism of these institutions. Since the time of U. Matskevich resignation, professionalism of KGB officers was gradually declining. It seems to me that this time the same thing will happen, all the more so that the KGB has been headed by unprofessional “chekist”, a resigned lieutenant colonel Valery Kostka commented on cadres reshuffle in the special services to “Nasha Niva”.
Yesterday Alyaksandr Lukashenka changed the KGB authorities. Head of the security service Stsyapan Sukharenka was dismissed “due to receiving another appointment”. His new appointment has not been reported, yet. Stsyapan Sukharenka`s first deputy Vasil Dzemyantsey was also dismissed. The newly appointed KGB head is Yuri Zhadobin.