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“Don’t take it anymore, but there are no enemies yet”: Vereshchuk called on Belarusians not to go to war with Ukraine through Lukashenka

Latest News“Don't take it anymore, but there are no enemies yet”: Vereshchuk called on Belarusians not to go to war with Ukraine through Lukashenka

By її words, the war will end, and the fortune teller can stay for a long time.

Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Irina Vereshchuk addressed the people of Belarus, calling on them not to fight with Ukraine only through Lukashenka.

“I address the people of Belarus: My, perhaps, do not take it anymore, but for now there are no enemies. Because we can become sooner and faster. And Putin understood everything. There is nothing for Lukashenko to spend and nowhere to go. And among the people of Belarus, what are the claims of the Ukrainians? “Are you ready for 1,000 dead for loot?” he wrote on his Facebook page.

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Behind the words of Vereshchuk, the war will end, and the fortuneteller can stay for a long time. It is impossible to go to war with us only through Lukashenka.

“Do it right. Infection. We’ll be drunk later,” summed up the cattle.

As it turned out, in the week of February 27, the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, had a substantive phone call with the self-proclaimed President of Belarus, Oleksandr Lukashenka, for the first time for two years.

Use the Russians as they fight against Ukraine:

For the orientation tribute to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, from the morning of the 24th to the noon of the 27th of the fierce military post of Russia, the commanders were as follows:

aircraft – 27 helicopters – 26 tanks – 146 armored fighting vehicles – 706 garmaty -49 “Buk” air defense systems -1 “Gradi” – 4 vehicles – 30 tanks – 60 UAV OTP2 – 2 ships and boats – 2 orientovno special warehouse – 4300

Why did the Russian military invade Ukraine?

How Russia’s war against Ukraine began:

Russia hits the civilian population:



Source: tsn.ua

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