What will happen with Ukraine after the elections? Lukashenko was stunned by the statement: “been worse”

Что будет с Украиной после выборов? Лукашенко ошарашил заявлением: "Бывало похуже"

Belarus will remain in good relations with Ukraine regardless of the outcome of the presidential election of 2019

The head of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that his country will remain warm relations with Ukraine regardless of who sits in the presidential chair after the elections.

Что будет с Украиной после выборов? Лукашенко ошарашил заявлением: "Бывало похуже"

“Whom the Ukrainian people would not have elected President, we will have only the good and warm relations with this country… Sometimes good, sometimes worse, but we always found a solution to the issues,” — said President Lukashenko.

The head of Belarus noted that from the President in this matter “a little that depends,” and everything depends on people.

Lukashenka concluded that whoever becomes President of Ukraine, they will be able to negotiate and build relationships, it is in the interests of both States.

We will remind, in the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Belarus stated that the Russian Ambassador Mikhail Babich, which is located in Minsk, destroys the relations between the two countries.

“What failed external forces to do over the last few last decades, successfully and effectively manage Mr. Babic in just a few months”,- informs the press service of the foreign Ministry of Belarus.

Что будет с Украиной после выборов? Лукашенко ошарашил заявлением: "Бывало похуже"

The report also refers to the fact that the Russian Ambassador sees no fundamental difference between the Russian Federal district, where, according to rumors, he liked to give sermons left and right, and independent state.

We will remind, the scandal began with the prosecution of Mikhail Babich to the side of the head of Belarus, Lukashenko about the alleged untruthfulness conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the cost of construction of the country’s first nuclear power plant.

It turns out that in his annual address to the people of Belarus, the head pointed out that the construction of the country’s first nuclear power plant may be about $ 7 billion.

This issue was allegedly discussed with the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.

“Unfortunately, I have to admit that President Lukashenko has once again misled. The fact that neither I, nor any other officials from the Russian side never called the final cost of the Belarusian nuclear power station,” responded Mikhail Babich.

We will remind, the Kremlin is preparing for Ukraine three scenarios: what to expect from Russia this year.

As reported Politeka, a secret order for urgent burial and military time stunned Russia.

Also Politeka wrote that the United States has warned Ukraine about the impending attack from Russia.