Dictator Reveals Putin’s Wet Dream of a ‘New World Order’


Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko delivered a bizarre letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres arguing that the UN and other world leaders should essentially let Russia do what it wants in Ukraine. On the 89th day, war is waged across the country.

He urged other governments to stop arms supplies as the war in Ukraine continues, ignoring the fact that Russia has started the war in Ukraine and attempting to portray the supply of defensive arms as a provocative act.

“Together and in our respective roles, we can do a lot today: refrain from supplying arms.” said LukashenkoAll countries can refrain from “information wars and provocations, hate speech in the media, racism and incitement to discrimination based on ethnic, cultural, linguistic or religious affiliation, and the legalization and directive of mercenaries.”

Lukashenko urged the Secretary-General to consider the introduction of a “New World Order” in which all members of the international community are “guaranteed to be secure”. Because it is in the UN’s interest to “prevent conflicts from prolonging with devastating consequences.”

High-ranking US officials have warned that Belarus is partnering with Russia, and the Belarusian president, who had assisted Putin in the Ukraine war even before the start of the Ukraine war, tried to make Belarus appear to be a misunderstood victim rather than an instigator. .

Lamenting the sanctions imposed on Russia, he said: “The world today unfortunately forgets that Belarusians have never been a threat to their neighbors.” “We are not an aggressor, as some states are trying to introduce ourselves. Belarus has never waged wars or conflicts… The conflict in Ukraine, its root causes, and the current Western sanctions on Russia are already having devastating consequences… ”

“We are not traitors,” Lukashenko said. “In a relationship, honesty and integrity are important to us.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin also appears to be trying to hold accountable for the Ukraine war and its consequences. Putin joked on Monday In a meeting with Lukashenko, he said he should talk about the claims of Western officials that he was responsible for all the economic problems of the world after the invasion of Ukraine.

Lukashenko also accused non-Russian countries of igniting the war, alleging that non-Russian countries ignored Russia’s needs, which was Putin’s previous dissatisfaction with Ukraine and NATO’s aggressive actions against Russia. reflects.

“The reluctance of Western countries to work to strengthen their common and indivisible security, ignoring legitimate interests and ignoring the concerns of other partners, primarily Russia, has led to wars of trade, economy and information in the first place, and then in territories. It sparked a heated conflict in Ukraine.” Lukashenko said, “European security architecture has failed.”

Their remarks came a week after Russia’s close three months of war with Ukraine scolded its allies for not supporting Russia sufficiently in the Ukraine war by Putin and Lukashenko and urged them to step up efforts to bolster support on the world stage. it came out Russia.

No concessions to Russia are the road to peace.

Peace negotiations between Russia and Ukraine have stalled for weeks, and Lukashenko has urged the nations to come together and try again to discuss the way forward.

“Belarus urges the nations of the world to unite and prevent regional conflicts in Europe from escalating into an all-out world war,” Lukashenko said. “In 2022, Belarus could start negotiations between the delegations of Ukraine and Russia on our territory.”

But the Belarusian president’s efforts to portray Belarus and Russia as the unjust parties and as one of the few countries seeking peace talks are at best a history of revisionism. Belarus is not the only country that has asked for a meeting. Zelensky said talks could resume if Russian forces do not kill Ukrainian forces defending Azovstall, a steel factory in Mariupol.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said in Ukraine on Monday that Russia’s future plans are not entirely clear.

“I don’t know what his overall strategy is,” Austin said.

Lukashenko’s remarks welcoming the resumption of peace negotiations, of course, overlook the difficulties involved in consolidating a resolution for war. Ukrainian government officials have been warning over the past few days that Ukraine is not interested in a ceasefire agreement giving Russia its territory.

Ukrainian President Zelensky’s chief aide Andriy Yermak said on Sunday that the war would end only when Ukraine seizes all of its territory.

“The war must end with the complete restoration of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty” Yermak said in a tweet.. “That is our victory. A common victory with the civilized world.”

According to Mikhail Podolyak, Ukraine’s top negotiator for peace negotiations, any effort to make fewer or concessions to Russia will only rally Russia’s war effort.

“Any concession to Russia is not the road to peace, but a war that has been delayed for years. Ukraine does not trade in sovereignty and territory and the Ukrainians who live there.” Podoljak said Saturday Twitter.

Major General Kirillo BudanovUkraine’s top military intelligence official told the Wall Street Journal that Ukraine is interested in reclaiming all territories it has lost to Russia since 2014, including Crimea.

Ukraine is not alone in advocating a complete withdrawal of Russia. Polish President Andrzej Duda recently agreed to a complete withdrawal of Russia as well.

But in the meantime, the war shows no sign of reaching an end. Russian troops continue to attack Luhansk Governor Serhiy Gaidai said it was an attempt to systematically destroy the city in Sevedonetsk in eastern Ukraine.

And while Putin acknowledged the sanctions were difficult to deal with, he suggested that Moscow could bear the consequences for a while.

“Despite all the difficulties, the Russian economy is and is withstanding the effects of sanctions well.” Putin said From a meeting with Lukashenko in Sochi.

Ukrainian officials remain in a position to resist Russian aggression. Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada has approved Zelensky’s request for an extension. martial law Another few months as the Ukrainians face the Russian onslaught.

And contrary to Lukashenko’s wish that foreign countries do not help Ukraine defend itself from Russian attacks in war, Foreign leaders continue to provide aid and arms. To Ukraine to continue fighting Russia. Twenty countries announced new support packages on Monday after a meeting of the Ukraine Contact Group, according to the Pentagon.

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