‘Belarussian President Lukashenko claimed that Poroshenko rejected his help regarding Donbas, since he considers him pro-Russian. Unlike Poroshenko, I will take all help we can get, in order to restore peace in Ukraine, to return the territories and preserve the life of Ukrainians,’ Lyashko claimed.
The leader of the Radical Party hinted that he was planning to meet with the President of Belarus because he respects him as a politician.
‘For me, Lukashenko is a great friend of Ukraine, and I am sure that he will become a great friend of mine too. We will put our every effort!’ Lyashko noted.
Earlier, Lukashenko said that three Slavic nations have to solve Donbas armed conflict, and history will define the perpetrator.
During the last meeting of Lukashenko and Poroshenko, the latter had to violate the protocol of the meeting to defend Ukraine’s position.
Russia started its aggression against Ukraine in 2014 with the annexation of Crimea and deployment of combat actions in Donbas.
On January 25, 2017, the Verkhovna Rada recognized Russian Federation as an aggressor.