According to the head of Belarus, in Ukraine they allegedly mocked Russian-speakers and insulted Putin. He is sure that now Kyiv must sign a peace treaty with Moscow, otherwise the Ukrainians will die.
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that now there is a unique situation when it is possible to end Russia’s war against Ukraine. To do this, Kyiv must agree to peace with Moscow without preconditions. Lukashenka spoke about this in an interview with the Chinese edition of Xinhua.
According to the Belarusian politician, if any other military conflict starts in the world, then Ukraine will be immediately forgotten. And Russia has not yet deployed its economy, has not put it on a war footing. Therefore, until this happens, Kyiv supposedly should seize the moment and conclude a peace agreement with Moscow.
“Any war ends in peace, and this one will also end in peace. The only question is how many people will die and in the name of what these people will die,” Lukashenka said.
He said that Russian President Vladimir Putin wants Ukraine not to pose a threat, which is why he started the so-called “SVO”. However, even in the first days of the invasion, the Russian Federation was ready for negotiations, but the West allegedly dissuaded Ukraine from them. Lukashenka believes that if a peace treaty is not signed now, this could lead to the death of Ukraine.
In addition, the Belarusian politician decided to compare the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky with the first President of the USSR Mikhail Gorbachev.
“Volodya Zelensky is a good person, but very inexperienced. Applause appeases him, he is very pleased when he is applauded. “But the applause can be far from sincere. So he went to the West and everyone shouted to him: “Hurrah!” And they applaud. And I remind him of Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev. He traveled around the West, everyone applauded him. And how did he end up? It will be the same with Zelensky,” Lukashenka said.
He also said that he agrees with Putin that the Russian-speaking population was allegedly mocked in Ukraine, and the West only escalated the situation. Moreover, he was outraged that the Ukrainians also insulted Putin himself.
“Naturally, no country would allow to mock their compatriots,” Lukashenka noted.
Note that in Ukraine, Lukashenka’s proposal has not yet been answered.
Earlier, Lukashenka called for increased security due to the strike on Machulishchi. Despite the fact that the head of Belarus denies the actions of pro-Ukrainian partisans at the airfield near Minsk, where a Russian military plane was blown up, he called a meeting of the security forces and demanded from them “unprecedented security measures inside the country and on the border with Ukraine.”
Lukashenka also boasted of the production and export of weapons. He said that despite international sanctions, the Republic of Belarus, together with the Russian Federation, continues to develop various weapons.
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