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Lukaschenko zum Ukrainekrieg: Blutvergießen beenden und Friedensgespräche aufnehmen.

JEREWAN, 23. November (BelTA) – Der belarussische Präsident Alexander Lukaschenko hat sich zu den aktuellen Ereignissen in der Ukraine geäussert. Seiner Meinung nach sollten das Blutvergießen beendet und Friedensgespräche aufgenommen werden. Das sagte er auf der heutigen Sitzung des OVKS-Rates für kollektive Sicherheit in Jerewan.

Belarus habe ständig und konsequent vor der Gefahr einer militärpolitischen Eskalation in der europäischen Region gewarnt, betonte Lukaschenko. „Wir haben auf die Verschlechterung der internationalen Sicherheitsarchitektur, Entwertung von Abrüstungs- und Rüstungskontrollabkommen hingewiesen. Leider hat man uns damals nicht zugehört. Und das tragische Ergebnis dieser arroganten Haltung sehen wir heute in der Ukraine“, sagte der belarussische Staatschef.

Der Präsident erinnerte daran, dass Belarus seit 2014 sein Bestes tut, um den Konflikt zu beenden.

„Der Westen macht uns nach wie vor für alles verantwortlich. Er versucht mit allen Mitteln, Belarus in diesen Konflikt hineinzuziehen, obwohl er selbst bis zum Hals darin versunken ist. Tausende von ukrainischen Soldaten werden im Rahmen von NATO-Programmen auf den westlichen Übungsplätzen ausgebildet. Kiew wird mit neuen Waffen und militärischer Ausrüstung aus dem Westen versorgt“, so der belarussische Staatschef. „Was ist das, wenn nicht eine direkte Beteiligung an dem Konflikt? Und wie sind die Äußerungen des NATO-Generalsekretärs zu verstehen, der sagt, dass die Niederlage der Ukraine die Niederlage des Nordatlantischen Bündnisses bedeuten wird?“

Er verglich die Ereignisse in der Ukraine mit einem Tornado, der immer mehr Länder in seinen Strudel zieht und weitere Probleme schafft. „Wir müssen das Blutvergießen beenden und Friedensgespräche aufnehmen. Die Frage lautet aber: Wird der Ukraine erlaubt, einen Platz am Verhandlungstisch einzunehmen?“ sagte das Staatsoberhaupt.
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Lukashenko on Ukraine war: stop bloodshed and start peace talks.
YEREVAN, Nov 23 (BelTA) - Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has commented on the current events in Ukraine. In his opinion, the bloodshed should end and peace talks should begin. He said this at today's meeting of the CSTO Collective Security Council in Yerevan.

Belarus has constantly and consistently warned against the danger of military-political escalation in the European region, Lukashenko stressed. "We pointed out the deterioration of the international security architecture, devaluation of disarmament and arms control agreements. Unfortunately, we were not listened to at that time. And the tragic result of this arrogant attitude we see today in Ukraine," the Belarusian leader said.

The President recalled that Belarus has been doing its best to end the conflict since 2014.

"The West continues to blame us for everything. It is trying by all means to drag Belarus into this conflict, even though it is up to its neck in it itself. Thousands of Ukrainian soldiers are being trained on Western training grounds as part of NATO programmes. Kiev is being supplied with new weapons and military equipment from the West," the Belarusian leader said. "What is this if not direct involvement in the conflict? And how to understand the statements of the NATO Secretary General who says that the defeat of Ukraine will mean the defeat of the North Atlantic Alliance?"

He compared the events in Ukraine to a tornado that pulls more and more countries into its vortex and creates more problems. "We need to stop the bloodshed and start peace talks. But the question is: will Ukraine be allowed to take a seat at the negotiating table?" the head of state said.
Lukaschenko zu Ukraine: Wir müssen das Blutvergießen beenden und Friedensgespräche aufnehmen
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A truce -God's peace should be called for and bring both sides to the negotiation table. No conflict or disagreement is too great to be resolved. The U.S. should lead this effort rather than fueling the fire.
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YEREVAN, Nov 23 (BelTA) - Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has commented on the current events in Ukraine. In his opinion, the bloodshed should end and peace talks should begin. He said this at today's meeting of the CSTO Collective Security Council in Yerevan.
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Lukashenko on Ukraine war: stop bloodshed and start peace talks.
YEREVAN, Nov 23 (BelTA) - Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has commented on the current events in Ukraine. In his opinion, the bloodshed should end and peace talks should begin. He said this at today's meeting of the CSTO Collective Security Council in Yerevan.

Belarus has constantly and consistently warned against the danger of military-political escalation in the European region, Lukashenko stressed. "We pointed out the deterioration of the international security architecture, devaluation of disarmament and arms control agreements. Unfortunately, we were not listened to at that time. And the tragic result of this arrogant attitude we see today in Ukraine," the Belarusian leader said.

The President recalled that Belarus has been doing its best to end the conflict since 2014.

"The West continues to blame us for everything. It is trying by all means to drag Belarus into this conflict, even though it is up to its neck in it itself. Thousands of Ukrainian soldiers are being trained on Western training grounds as part of NATO programmes. Kiev is being supplied with new weapons and military equipment from the West," the Belarusian leader said. "What is this if not direct involvement in the conflict? And how to understand the statements of the NATO Secretary General who says that the defeat of Ukraine will mean the defeat of the North Atlantic Alliance?"

He compared the events in Ukraine to a tornado that pulls more and more countries into its vortex and creates more problems. "We need to stop the bloodshed and start peace talks. But the question is: will Ukraine be allowed to take a seat at the negotiating table?" the head of state said.
Lukaschenko zu Ukraine: Wir müssen das Blutvergießen beenden und Friedensgespräche aufnehmen