The Federation Council responded to Kuleba's threats to Minsk over the recognition of Crimea

Senator Tsekov said that Ukraine launched an anti-Belarusian program before the recognition of Crimea that Ukraine has long been carrying out an anti-Belarusian program together with Western countries, including the United States, and has already shown unfriendly relations with Belarus. This is how the senator reacted to the threats of Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba to Minsk over the recognition of Crimea, Izvestia writes.

‚ÄúThese threats that we hear from Kuleba can no longer be filled with any other content , because, I repeat once again, Ukraine has taken an anti-Belarusian course since last year, “Tsekov stressed.

According to him, Kiev should comprehend the decisions of the authorities of some countries declaring the recognition of Crimea as an integral part of Russia.

In turn, Senator Olga Kovitidi called the words of Kuleba political “incontinence” and another populist verbiage that cannot solve the problems of the Ukrainian people.

Earlier, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine called the recognition of Crimea a part of Russia. According to him, the country currently considers Belarus a potential source of threat.

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has recognized Crimea as Russian de facto and de jure. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that Minsk does not need to adopt any additional laws to recognize Crimea as part of the Russian Federation.



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