Pushilin compared the non-aggression pact mentioned by Lukashenka with the Minsk agreements.
DONETSK, January 24 – RIA Novosti. Denis Pushilin, acting president of the Donetsk People’s Republic, likened Kiev’s offer to Minsk agreement About the non-aggression declared by the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko with the Minsk agreements used to pump weapons into Ukraine.
“Kyiv is trying to portray the proposal to conclude a non-aggression pact with Belarus as peaceful. But we have the example of the Minsk agreements. After the revelations of well-known politicians, the whole world was convinced – (former President) Pushilin on Telegram, France François) Hollande and (former German Chancellor Angela) He told Merkel that the deals were not made to fulfill them, but to buy time and pump weapons into Ukraine.
On Tuesday, Lukashenka said that Kiev has offered Minsk to sign a non-aggression pact so that Belarusian troops do not move into Ukraine. But the Ukrainian side did not confirm the authenticity of such a proposal and limited itself to statements that there were no aggressive intentions against Belarus.
Previously, former French President François Hollande (who served as Chancellor of Germany from 2005 to 2021) agreed with Angela Merkel that the Minsk agreements gave the Kyiv regime time to strengthen. Prior to that, Merkel said that the “2014 Minsk agreement was an attempt to give Ukraine time to strengthen.”
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