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WorldAsiaBelarusian foreign minister urged to declare truce in Ukraine and start negotiations

Belarusian foreign minister urged to declare truce in Ukraine and start negotiations

Belarusian Foreign Minister Sergei Aleinik has called for a peaceful settlement of the conflict in Ukraine. He said so during a visit to Hungary.

“Minsk’s position is unequivocal: stop people’s deaths, immediately declare a truce and start negotiations – the sooner the better,” he said.

Aleinik stressed that a truce should be declared without the right to move, regroup troops from both sides, as well as the right to transfer arms, manpower, equipment and ammunition .

At the end of March, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko offered to end hostilities in Ukraine. He proposes to declare a truce without the right to move equipment and transfer weapons from Ukraine and Russia.

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