Buča fake, everything went according to plan

Belarusian leader Lukashenko has handed over documents to Russian leader Putin, which he says “prove” that the events in Ukraine’s Buchi were “organized by British secret services.” Putin later called the massacre a “fake.”

Lukashenko and Putin with an employee of the Vostochny Cosmodrome in the Russian Far East, April 12, 2022. Photo: Kremlin, kremlin.ru

Putin recalled that there were also accusations in Syria by the West against Russia and its Syrian counterpart, President Bashar al-Assad, of the use of chemical weapons. Even in this case, a number of international organizations and journalists, including the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, documented the use of chemical weapons in 2018 in Idlib. Moscow still denies this fact.

At a press conference at the Vostochny spaceport, where he previously held talks with Belarus ally Lukashenko, Russia’s president praised the Russian army, who it said was “defending Russia” in Ukraine.

He warned the West of “anti-Russian hysteria,” but “time will tell,” he said. According to Putin, the “operation” will continue until the goals set, which were set at the beginning of the entire event, are achieved.

Belarusian leader Lukashenko earned him great credit for organizing talks with the Ukrainian side. Putin, on the other hand, rebuked the fact that he allegedly withdrew from some of the initial agreements reached at a delegation meeting in Istanbul, Turkey, and returned to a “stalemate”. He did not specify exactly what deals would be involved.

He accused the West of turning a blind eye to “provocations by Ukrainian nationalists” against Ukrainian civilians. “Ukraine is just a means for the West to achieve its goals, which have nothing to do with the interests of the Ukrainian people,” Putin quoted Putin as saying.

According to the Russian president, “special operations in Ukraine”, i.e. the Russian war, is proceeding according to plan, and the intensity of combat operations also depends on when it ends. No Western sanctions are said to be destroying Russia and its financial system for “standing strong”, the Russian leader stressed.

“The Blitzkrieg that the West reckoned did not happen,” he said, but immediately acknowledged that Russia could face some risks in the medium to long term.

Lukashenko told a joint press conference that “the era of the unipolar world is over.” “What’s wrong if the world system rests on four pillars? US, EU, Russia and China, maybe India? Would the system be any less solid than if it relied on this destructive system? asked the Belarusian dictator.

Putin told him: “Today, the unipolar world system, which emerged after the collapse of the Soviet Union, is collapsing. That is the main thing. There are no tragic events in Ukraine… Many say,” he added, “that the US is ready to fight Russia to the last Ukraine. In fact it is.'(news.ru)

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