Zelensky is “against” interference in the affairs of Belarus, but the Rada cannot “stand aside”

The Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is trying to sit on two chairs in the Belarusian issue. Alexey Kurakin wrote about this on his Facebook.

Thus, he stated that he supports the Belarusian people and “opposes external interference in the affairs of Belarus”.

Meanwhile, in the Verkhovna Rada, a resolution on the situation in Belarus was submitted to the plenary agenda. Deputy Speaker of the Parliament Elena Kondratyuk even said:

“The Ukrainian parliament cannot stay on the sidelines of the situation when the Belarusian people won the result they deserve in the presidential elections, and now they face the use of brute force, repression, and intimidation from the Belarusian authorities”.

A strange kind of non-interference turns out.