Monday, December 11, 2023

The West is already planning to “get rid of” Zelensky, says Lukashenko

The Belarusian president believes that those who support Kiev are “tired” of the Ukrainian president

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko believes Washington has already given its Western allies the green light to “get rid of” Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky after he became an obstacle to them.

“Do you think that today Poland is crushing this poor Ukraine just for its own sake? No, they have already been approved from abroad: We have to get rid of this Zelensky, we’re tired of him“, said the Belarusian President this Friday.

According to him, with the upcoming elections in the United States, no one will pay attention to the situation surrounding the Ukrainian leader.

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That same week, Zelensky traveled to Washington for the second time in nine months to make further inquiries more help But their demands are facing increasing opposition from Republican lawmakers who express concerns about a “permanent obligation” with Ukraine by the current US administration. Opponents of the aid argue that Washington has more important priorities and that there is no responsibility for where the aid goes.

At the same time, Kiev is embroiled in a dispute with Warsaw over grain exports. Ukrainian Deputy Minister of Economy Tarás Kachka announced that his country will file a lawsuit at the WTO against it Poland, Hungary j Slovakia impose restrictions to its exports of agricultural products.

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Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki recently assured this no longer supplies weapons to Kyiv because the country is actively rearming itself. Poland was the world’s third-largest arms supplier to Ukraine, after the United States and the United Kingdom.

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