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Belarus ready to take control over Russia-Ukraine border, - Lukashenko

Lukashenko added that it is also important to find a compromise in the matter of introducing peacekeepers in Donbas
21:36, 31 October 2018

Press-service of Belarus President

Belarus is ready to help to resolve the conflict in Donbas and to take control over the state border of Ukraine and Russia. President of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko claimed this at the opening of Munich Security Conference in Minsk.

‘Let’s be honest: a solution to the conflict in the Donbas could have been found long ago - if there was enough will... We are ready to take responsibility for ensuring peace in the eastern regions of Ukraine and on the Russian-Ukrainian border,’ Lukashenko claimed.

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He also added there is a need to continue the search for the mutually acceptable solution for the deployment of peacekeepers in Donbas.

‘It is possible to consider options for deploying a joint UN and OSCE mission in Ukraine. It can include servicemen, police officers, civilian personnel from the countries that made a strong contribution to its resolution over the whole period of the conflict. It is necessary to ensure the phasing principle in the deployment of this mission, but there is almost no time left,’ Lukashenko added.

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According to him, it is also important to continue working in the Normandy format, in order to ensure a clear control mechanism to monitor the implementation of the Minsk Agreements.

Earlier, President of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko claimed that Minsk is ready to interfere in the conflict between Ukraine and Russia because there is no end to the ‘brothers’ conflict’.

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