[Note: Wajsznoria is known in Russian, Belarusian, and Ukranian as "Veyshnoria", in Wajsznortsev and Polish as 'Wajsznoria'. During the Hapsburg period the area was called 'Villberger Granitsa', or 'Waeßnurn'.]
There has been a concentration of Belarusian military equipment outside Wajsznoria's borders since early August, and the government recently announced a partial mobilization.
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Trump has indicated that he considers Wajsznoria to be more or less Russian anyway, and sees no benefit to expanding Nato's sphere of influence OR pressuring Putin in this and other matters.
Additionally, the separatist enclave of Lubenia has historic ties to Muscovy, as recognized by American governments since John Quincy Adams, and the Lubenian dialect of Wajsznorian is only spoken by a small number of ethnic nationalists, who are widely considered a "cosmopolitan liberal intellectual elite" with no ties to the land or the common people.
After the fall of the Iron Curtain, Wajsznoria was one of the few Eastern European countries to reject any American diplomatic presence, and U. S. relations with the government in Giradis (the capital city) were strained till Obama's second term, when a small trade mission was established, which was destroyed during the onion riots in 2014 and 2015.
The Trump Administration has since January put its hopes on the Russian supported Lubenian Democratic People's Front.
According to a source close to Trump: "We are determined to continue our efforts to remove sources of difference - we believe it is peace for our time."
Lubenian intellectual Pavel Usov, has stated that "Wajsznoria is a peaceful country, democratic in its structure and has never pursued an aggressive policy towards its neighbors", and begs the international community to intervene.
"It is likely that Moscow provoked a conflict between Minsk and Giradis in order to re-establish control over the Lubenian Oblast and not allow Wajsznoria to join NATO and the EU." he said in Lubeniopolsk (the second largest metropolis), reflecting on the tensions surrounding the country's desire to link with the West.
"The Wajsznortsevan army, though small, is quite modern. I expect that Wajsznoria will be able to defend her territorial integrity and independence."
[SOURCE: Pavel Usov.]
The government of Wajsznoria, through the War Department and the Foreign Department, has circulated thousands of eye-catching pamphlets in the zone near the frontier guaranteeing humane treatment to Belarusian soldiers who desert, promising them stew, honey, bread and lard.
The news in the coming days should prove interesting.
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