Minsk does not need Zelensky’s “hackneyed advice” – Belarusian Foreign Ministry

In a difficult period for itself, Belarus would like to feel support from Ukraine, and not listen to “advice that has already been hacked from all sides”. This was stated by the press secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the republic Anatoly Glaz.

Earlier, the President of Ukraine expressed the opinion that his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko should be called for a repeat election for the highest state post and allowed observers to calm the protesters.

“You know, Ukraine is a brotherly country for us and the Ukrainian people are brotherly for Belarusians. Therefore, of course, at this frankly difficult moment for our country, I would like to feel some kind of support or at least understanding, and not listen to advice that has already been hacked from all sides. Now we definitely do not need them”, – said Anatoly Glaz, commenting on Zelensky’s statement.

At the same time, Glaz noted that if you look at the recent history of Ukraine, then “they have no experience in some issues”. However, according to the Foreign Ministry spokesman, “the result of these political experiments certainly does not convince the Ukrainians, and not only them, of their correctness and usefulness”.

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