Tsikhanouskaya offers Zelenskyy to “build alliance with democratic Belarus”
Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya (Photo:t.me/tsikhanouskaya)
In a Telegram post on Oct. 10, Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya offered Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to “build an alliance with a democratic Belarus.”
“We offer Ukraine and the Ukrainian people to build an alliance with a democratic Belarus,” said Tsikhanouskaya.
“To fight together and support the Belarusian resistance. The (Belarusian) Joint Transitional Cabinet is ready to cooperate with Ukraine and establish diplomatic and political relations. We are ready to act together with Ukraine because without a free Ukraine there can be no free Belarus and Europe.”
According to her, Ukrainians and Belarusians are not enemies.
"Ukrainians and Belarusians are fighting the same evil; (self-proclaimed Belarusian president Alexander) Lukashenko and (Russian dictator Vladimir) Putin are war criminals," she said in a statement posted on her YouTube channel.
Tsikhanouskaya added that Alexander Lukashenko is a disgrace to Belarus.
"What Lukashenko will announce tomorrow or the day after tomorrow is unknown because he no longer makes decisions, the Kremlin does it for him," the oppositionist noted.
Lukashenko announced on Oct. 10 that Russia and Belarus had agreed to deploy a joint regional grouping of troops. Its formation has allegedly already begun.
Earlier on Oct. 4, dictator Lukashenko finally admitted that Belarus is involved in the war against Ukraine.
Also, the dictator said that after the harvest season is over, it is necessary to "clarify" the registries of Belarus’ military registration and enlistment offices and "to call up people in the area, to see their availability".
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