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Aleksandr Lukashenko, the self-proclaimed President of the Republic of Belarus, has stated that if he wants to avoid heavy losses and the complete destruction of Ukraine, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy should quit and enter into peace negotiations with the aggressor country Russia.
Source: Pul Pervogo, Lukashenko's Propaganda Telegram channel, which published a video of Lukashenko's interview with Russian mass media
Quote from Lukashenko: “Everything is in the hands of Ukraine. Not because I want to blame this issue on Zelenskyy and Ukraine. In fact, everything is now in the hands of Ukraine. Unless they want numerous human deaths. It's hard, difficult, but this has to stop, it has to stop, because what will follow is the complete destruction of Ukraine... It's not what Putin was talking about long before the "operation", that this is an impending loss of Ukraine would mean statehood; this will be the destruction of Ukraine. She must be stopped.”
Details: Lukashenko also stated that 30 million people died during World War II [USSR losses - ed. Red.] died, but now "nobody remembers that anymore", and with Germany "everyone is ready not only to talk, but to cooperate and be friends".
The self-proclaimed president is certain that the same will happen with relations with the Ukrainians, and the aggressor country and its satellite states "will probably already be able to explain to the Ukrainian people what happened".
As Lukashenko notes, the topic of events in Ukraine was briefly raised at the CSTO summit held the day before, on November 23, but it was allegedly not the main topic of the meeting of leaders of the organization's member states.

On November 23, Russia carried out another massive rocket attack on objects of Ukraine's critical infrastructure. Ukraine's anti-aircraft systems shot down 51 of 70 missiles and 5 kamikaze drones.
However, due to a frequency drop in the power system of Ukraine, emergency protection was activated at the Rivne, Pivdennoukrainska and Khmelnitsky NPPs, which automatically shut down all power plants.
The Ukrainians were left without electricity, water and heating.
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Alexander Lukashenko
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