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MINSK, July 06, 0:12 /ITAR-TASS/. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Saturday that it was necessary to end the war in Ukraine.
“Today, we need to exert every effort to stop the fratricidal and bloody war in fraternal Ukraine, our southern neighbor. It is a serious problem for our Slavic world,” Lukashenko said at the Alexandria agrarian town in the Mogilev region which the president had visited for the Kupalje celebrations.
“The Slavic unity has given a very serious crack. We should do everything to settle the situation in our dear fraternal Ukraine. It is not easy. But it should be done,” the presidential service quoted Lukashenko as saying.
“We will also be helped and given various opportunities to wage a war against each other. Unfortunately, I can no longer say that it is impossible. We have already allowed that happen. This is real. It is a fact accompli,” Lukashenko stressed.