The self-proclaimed president of Belarus, Oleksandr Lukashenko, said that it is necessary to stop the war in Ukraine and return to negotiations.
This is reported by a local newspaper “Belta”with reference to Lukashenka’s interview with the American television company NBC.
As noted, Lukashenko is sure that, first of all, it is necessary to stop absolutely any hostilities deployed on the territory of Ukraine, and to look for a way out of the situation.
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October 14, 2022, 2:34 p.m
According to the words of the Belarusian dictator, when it is possible to suspend hostilities, it will be possible to understand who is right and who is guilty.
“I recently said that the world is now occupied with a problem and is looking for an answer to the question of who is to blame. Listen, then we’ll figure out who’s to blame. People die every day. Let’s stop the war and come to an agreement”Lukashenko said.
At the same time, Lukashenko also stated that the negotiation process that had started ended up stalling due to the fact that the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyi, was “allegedly forbidden to conduct negotiations.”
“Who? Guess three times. He is not independent. And today to cast fakes… Somewhere right – wrong. Blame each other. The wrong way. Thousands of people die every day. Including civilians, who are not guilty of anything. It’s true. Therefore, let’s stop this conflict”– called the self-proclaimed Belarusian leader.
According to Lukashenko, this is the only way to find out the extent of responsibility for what is happening.
We will remind, on Saturday, October 15, the first echelons with Russian invaders, which are part of the regional group of troops, arrived in Belarus.
On October 10, Oleksandr Lukashenko announced that he had agreed with Putin on the deployment of a “joint regional grouping of troops.”
The day before, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the country, Volodymyr Makei, said that Oleksandr Lukashenko made the decision to introduce the counter-terrorist operation regime after a meeting with the heads of law enforcement agencies, special services, and the leadership of the Armed Forces.
Before that, Lukashenko accused Ukraine of “provocations” on the Belarusian border.