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WorldAsiaZelensky on Bucha's birthday: "Lukashenko has lost his subjectivity"

Zelensky on Bucha’s birthday: “Lukashenko has lost his subjectivity”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is convinced that Russia’s intention to deploy nuclear weapons in Belarus points to an unsuccessful meeting between Russian dictator Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping. Zelensky made the statement at a press conference following the Bucha Summit on Justice and Accountability for Russian Aggression. Representatives of 47 states and organizations participated in the commemorative event via video link, Ukrainian agency UNIAN reported.
The Ukrainian president condemned the actions of Putin who, according to Zelensky, “does not spare our people and kills them”. The dictator also does not count his people, Zelensky noted and added that “this is the business of the Russian Federation.”
The declarations on the deployment of Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus testify to the total loss of all subjectivity of the self-proclaimed president Alexander Lukashenko, believes the Ukrainian leader. “I think he no longer decides what weapons are on his territory,” Zelensky said.
As UNIAN reported, since the start of Russia’s full-scale war, the Kremlin has repeatedly threatened Ukraine with the use of nuclear weapons. On March 25, Putin announced that Russia would deploy its tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus.
As UNIAN notes, the self-proclaimed President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, said on March 31A that he can agree with Putin on the deployment of strategic nuclear weapons in the country. According to him, this decision would not be intimidation or blackmail, but “an opportunity to secure the state and ensure peace for the Belarusian people”.
In this regard, the Vice-President of the European Commission, High Representative of the EU for Foreign and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, threatened the Russian Federation with new sanctions and underlined the personal responsibility of Belarus.
And the Chinese Foreign Ministry has said that a nuclear war should not be started under any circumstances. Beijing officials urged “to focus on a diplomatic solution”.

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