“They are not Nazis”: Lukashenka made an unexpected statement about Ukrainians

Lukashenka also said that “the roots of his great-great-great-grandfathers are buried somewhere between Chernihiv and Kyiv”

From the first minutes of the invasion, information appeared about the readiness of Belarus to take the side of Russia / photo REUTERS
From the first minutes of the invasion, information appeared about the readiness of Belarus to take the side of Russia / photo REUTERS

In the seventh month of a full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko  explained his cynical congratulations on Ukraine’s Independence Day.

This was reported by the press service of Lukashenka.

“They have nothing bad. They are not ‘Natsiks’. ‘Natsiks’ are those who are on top, from smokers, sniffers, drinkers… And the people are good. These are our people. Therefore, I considered it necessary, as always, to congratulate the Ukrainian people,” said the self-proclaimed president, who is giving Russia his territories to launch missiles at Ukrainian cities.

Lukashenka also said that “the roots of his great-great-grandfathers are buried somewhere between Chernigov and Kyiv.”

“The surname speaks for itself. Thank God that it has been preserved. As for the state, these are our neighbors. They are not chosen, I often said. This is from the Lord God. And if they were given to us by the Lord God, we should treat them accordingly. Third – these are our people, these are Slavs. We are all from the same root. I have always been fond of Ukraine,” Lukashenka said.

(C)UNIAN 2022

5 comments

  1. Ukrainians are not your people Luka. Ukrainians remove leaders who are un-elected, or tried to remain in power through fraud and selling out Ukrainians to russia.

    Liked by 6 people

  2. Luka, seeing the war not going as hoped, wriggles and squirms his way out of the position he placed himself in back in February.

    I think he has had a warning.

    Liked by 5 people

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