Zelensky Regime on Verge of Conflict with Its Own Military, Lukashenko Warns
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Thursday that a conflict is brewing in Ukraine between the military and the country’s president and that its peak should be expected in the near future.
"There is a conflict mounting between the president and military. Only military servicemen can say boldly: ‘We must reach an agreement otherwise Ukraine could be wiped off the face of the earth," Lukashenko revealed during an open discussion aired live on Thursday, TASS reports.
According to the Belarusian leader everything depends in Ukraine "not on the president, but on the military."
"They [the military] are getting slaughtered there. They see no prospects. Take a look at Ukraine’s west; the Poles are rubbing their hands, and are already carving up Ukraine’s land," Lukashenko said adding that "the peak is expected very soon."
The Belarussian head of state believes that the people of Ukraine "should have their say, because the president has nothing to say.''
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