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Lukashenka says he was offered to sign an agreement with Ukraine

Leader of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said on January 24 that to him Ukraine it was recommended to sign a non-aggression pact with

Belta state of Belarus news spread the agency.

The news says that Russia the president Vladimir PutinLukashenka, who is a close ally, spoke about this in one of his meetings with government and law enforcement officials.

At the same meeting, he also accused Ukraine of giving Western training to those who want to confuse Belarus on its territory.

According to the Belta agency, Lukashenka said:

“…They say that under no circumstances Ukraine let’s not go to war with, let’s not send troops there. They are offer they are doing so that we sign a non-aggression pact.”

From his conversation, it is not known whether the alleged proposal came from Ukraine or from the West.

There has been no statement from Kiev on this news yet. Recently Ukraine there is concern among officials that a new major Russian attack could be launched from Belarus in the country’s north.

Reuters writes that the Kremlin did not want to comment on this “for now”. Moscow as well as Lukashenka of this issue Putin did not give any comment on whether it will be discussed or not.

Last year, on February 24, Minsk allowed Moscow to use the territory of Belarus to intervene in Ukraine.

Despite this, Belarus Russia together with military although he conducted trainings, he did not participate in the attack on Ukraine.

According to Beltan, in the same speech, Lukashenka accused Kiev of providing shelter to militants who, according to him, would participate in the West’s plan to disrupt the peace in Belarus.

Lukashenka said, “I don’t know why Ukrainians need this?”

He warned that Belarusian security forces will strictly prevent actions aimed at destabilizing the country.

Lukashenka also said that he is 2020– He does not want the mass protests against him to be repeated in 2021.

The Belarusian dictator accuses the West of trying to bring about regime change in Belarus.


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