Let him sign with himself, – Podolyak commented on the “non-aggression pact” with Ukraine from Lukashenka

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Let him sign with himself, – Podolyak commented on the "non-aggression pact" with Ukraine from Lukashenka

Self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that allegedly Ukraine offered him to sign ” nonaggression pact”. In Ukraine, they are surprised by this statement, because the attack from the territory of Belarus has already taken place.

This Channel 24 was told by Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Presidential Office. According to him, Lukashenka's statement is strange and the adviser to the head of the Presidential Office is not ready to comment on it.

Lukashenka can sign this pact with himself

At the same time, Mikhail Podolyak commented on the words of Vladimir Zelensky, when he replied that for Russia the participation of Belarus in the war is very desirable, but for Belarus itself such participation strategic point of view is a mistake.

Yes, of course, they have already provided infrastructure, provided certain range capabilities, provided airfields, fuel bases, repair capabilities, and so on. But still, for Belarus, to put it mildly, it would be, from a legal point of view and from the point of view of historical responsibility, not to enter the territory of Ukraine, Podolyak said.

Given this, according to the official, Alexander Lukashenko could to sign this pact with itself, and after the war Ukraine would also sign a pact with other states.

Mikhail Podolyak surprised by the “non-aggression pact” from Lukashenka: watch the video

Mikhail Podolyak recalled Lukashenka's words that Ukraine would have lasted 3-4 days in the war and noted that the self-proclaimed president was obsessed with the number 4, since he also had 4 directions, from where, allegedly, an attack on Belarus was being prepared by Ukraine.

“The statements of Mr. Lukashenko should be treated as the statements of Mr. Lukashenko. They probably have some reason, but it is rather difficult for us to understand this reason, this is some kind of historical puzzle,” Podolyak summed up .

What Lukashenka said

  • The self-proclaimed president of Belarus and an accomplice in the genocide against Ukrainians said that Kyiv allegedly offered Minsk a “pact about non-aggression” so that, they say, Belarus does not attack Ukraine.
  • At the same time, Lukashenka said that in Ukraine, it is not clear why, “militants and extremists” are being trained.
  • The dictator also spoke about the Baltic partners of Ukraine, who help defend themselves against rashists, saying that they are preparing an “explosive mixture” and said that “Lithuania is generally crazy.”

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