Lukashenka calls a peace treaty with Russia the only option for Kyiv

Kyiv has no other choice but to conclude a peace treaty with Moscow. This opinion was expressed by the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko on Monday, February 27.

“Now there is a unique situation (I see it and intuitively feel it) when it is possible to put an end to this conflict. There may not be another like this, ”he said in an interview with Chinese media, an excerpt of which was published by the agency. BelTA.

The head of state stressed that it is necessary to act without delay, while the situation calls for such steps. However, according to him, a peaceful settlement is inevitable, the only question is how soon this will happen.

In addition, Lukashenka said that in the event of another large-scale conflict, Ukraine would lose a significant part of today’s support, and, consequently, would lose any advantage. In particular, he mentioned the tension between the US and China, and urged not to ignore this factor.

“Ukraine must understand this too. Therefore, there is no other way than to conclude a peace treaty now. Without preconditions <…> We must look after the interests of our own people,” the Belarusian leader concluded.

Earlier that day, political scientist Kirill Averyanov, in an interview with Izvestia, said that the Ukrainian conflict should be one of the central topics that will be raised at the meeting between Alexander Lukashenko and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

On February 24, China published a position paper on a diplomatic settlement of the situation in Ukraine. Its goal is to continue its constructive role in resolving the crisis and achieving peace. Chinese Deputy Representative to the UN Dai Bing indicated that Beijing’s priority is a ceasefire and hostilities.

The day before, Lukashenko said that if Beijing’s position on the conflict in Ukraine is not heard, this will lead to serious consequences. He added that not a single problem in the world can be solved without the participation of China.

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