Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko Says Russo-Ukrainian Conflict Won’t End Until the Collective West Stops Proxy War Against Russia

During a meeting with Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu on December 3, 2022, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said that Russia’s military incursion into Ukraine won’t end until the West stops its proxy war against Russia.

“We believe that they are thinking about ways to carry on with the war. If so, the special operation won’t end,” Lukashenko declared, according to a report by BelTA news agency.

Per the Belarusian president, Russia’s rivals in the Collective West have no desire to enter negotiations. “If they want to fight until the last Ukrainian, or the last Pole and other mercenaries, that’s their choice,” he stated. “So far, neither our intelligence agencies nor I see their willingness to engage in full-scale talks,” Lukashenko emphasized.

“We openly clarified our position. Neither you (Russia – TASS), nor we have ever wanted war,” Lukashenko concluded.

After years of using a multi-vector foreign policy to play the Collective West and Russia against each other, Belarus is now firmly in the Russian camp. Lukashenko, who has been in power since 1994, knows where the geopolitical winds are blowing.

Given the authoritarian nature of Lukashenko’s regime, there’s no way Belarus can be ever integrated into the Woke West, unless it gets regime changed and transformed into a degenerate liberal democracy.

The Belarusian leader is correct about the West’s role in the Russo-Ukrainian conflict. The West is more concerned with bogging Russia down in a geopolitical quagmire than promoting peace. Unfortunately, the continuation of this proxy war will lead to more death and destruction as Russia pursues more maximalist aims in this conflict.

Hopefully, sober minds in the West pick up on this and cut off aid to Ukraine and facilitate talks between the two aggrieved parties.

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