Ukraine's Foreign Ministry replied to the statement by Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko who said that Ukrain was allegedly interfering with the ongoing protests in this country. The commentary is published on the website of the Ukrainian Ministry.
"Yesterday, Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba provided a comprehensive answer to allegations of certain politicians on the alleged involvement of Ukraine in the organization of protests in the Republic of Belarus. IN particular, he reiterated that Ukraine was not, is not and will not be an act to undermine Belarus", reads the message.
Besides, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry urged Belarusian partners not to give in to information provocations so as not to get in the trap of propaganda and fakes. "Do not seek enemies where there are none", the Ministry added.
Earlier on September 3, Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko stated Ukraine was allegedly interfering with his country's domestic affairs.
The protests in Belarus have been underway since August 9, as activists stood against what they said was rigged presidential elections. They demanded a new fair and transparent election.