President of Belarus urges peace negotiations in Ukraine | News
In a meeting with foreign and national media, the President of Belarus, Alexandr Lukashenko, affirmed on Wednesday the need to negotiate peace in Ukraine, although he qualified that "without preconditions".
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"Today we have to think again. There is a package of negotiations on the table, a whole package of issues that can be agreed upon. Tomorrow it will be impossible," said the president, referring to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Likewise, he maintained that his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodímir Zelenski, "has finally realized that he will not win this war" and that "the counteroffensive will have no other result than the death of thousands and thousands of people."
In addition, he considered that the fight will intensify in that nation, since said territory still has considerable strategic reserves and, in addition, it must "demonstrate something" before the summit of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) begins in Vilnius, capital from Lithuania on July 11.
"We must stop now. We have already done many bad things. But it could be worse," Lukashenko said. He also indicated that everything must be decided at the negotiating table.
On the other hand, he assured that the members of the Wagner Group who are relocated to Belarus will not attack Ukraine from their exile and do not represent a threat to their country. The Belarusian Armed Forces are very combative units, they do not yield to the Wagner Group, he stated
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