Lukashenko reaffirms commitment to facilitating negotiations between Moscow, Kiev

10:37, 11 April

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Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko reaffirms his commitment to providing help in the event of negotiations between Moscow and Kiev as he talked to journalists upon arrival in the Kremlin, BelTA has learned

Russian journalists asked how Russia can talk to Ukraine and Zelensky after the terrorist attack in Crocus City Hall.

"You are not talking to him and I don't think you will. If needed, we will help you in this regard. I don't see any point for you to talk to them there," the head of state said.

"Why are you going to beg someone to talk about Crocus? Now you need to get to the bottom of it. Ukrainians is one thing. Behind Ukrainians, as you have rightly discovered, there are certain forces. You know them too. You need to talk to them. Ukrainians were just errand boys," the president added.

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