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WorldAsiaPodolyak rejected Lukashenko's initiative on a ceasefire in Ukraine

Podolyak rejected Lukashenko’s initiative on a ceasefire in Ukraine

The adviser to the chief of staff of the Ukrainian leader Mikhail Podolyak criticized Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko’s proposal on a ceasefire in Ukraine.
“Again on the points. Any ceasefire would mean Russia’s right to remain in the occupied territories. It is absolutely unacceptable. Ukraine has the right to move troops and equipment on its territory as it sees fit. Strange ‘peacekeepers’ > look comical,” Podolyak wrote on Twitter.
Lukashenko has offered to end hostilities in Ukraine. He made this statement during his annual address to the Belarusian parliament and people. Lukashenko offers to declare a truce without the right to move equipment and weapons from Ukraine and Russia.
In response to this, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov said that “nothing changes in the context of Ukraine”. Podolyak rejects Lukashenko’s ceasefire initiative in Ukraine

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