Lukashenko: “Ukraine must surrender if large numbers of people do not want to die”

Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko called on Ukraine to stop defending itself against Russian aggressors to avoid “destruction” and the “death of a large number of people”. Sky News.

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The Minsk dictator says “everything is now in Ukraine’s hands” and has called on the country to surrender to the invaders.

“Everything is in Ukraine’s hands now, if they don’t want most people to die.

It’s hard, it’s complicated, it’s difficult, but it has to stop. The path they are on is the path of destroying Ukraine,” said Lukashenko, one of Putin’s closest allies.

During the invasion, Lukashenko allowed the Russian military to use his country’s territory to infiltrate northern Ukraine.

Although Lukashenko did not directly join forces in Putin’s invasion, speculation was rife that this would happen or that the Russian dictator would pressure Lukashenko to join his ill-fated invasion.

The Belarusian dictator made it clear that he did not want to blame Ukraine or President Volodymyr Zelensky for the war.

Lukashenko’s comments followed similarly cynical comments from Putin’s spokesman, saying that “Ukraine could end its suffering” if it capitulated to Russia.

Author: Adrian Dumitru

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