"Next - the complete destruction of Ukraine": Lukashenko called on Zelensky to negotiate

12:39 24 November Kyiv, Ukraine

The head of the Belarusian regime, Alexander Lukashenko, said that President Vladimir Zelensky must agree to peace talks with Russia, otherwise further resistance threatens Ukraine with complete annihilation.
Shortly before the start of the war, Putin's puppet Lukashenko declared that Ukraine would not survive even three days of open confrontation with Russia.

This was reported on the Telegram channel "Pool of the First".
"Everything is in the hands of Ukraine. Not because I want to push this topic against Zelensky and Ukraine. Indeed, everything is now in the hands of Ukraine. If they do not want the death - besides in a huge number - of people. It is difficult, difficult, difficult, but we must stop, we must stop this, because further will be the complete destruction of Ukraine. This is not what Putin once said long before the "deal" that this would threaten the loss of Ukraine's statehood - this would be the destruction of Ukraine. We have to stop," he said.
He said that during World War II, 30 million people died on the Soviet side, but now "no one mentions this."
The self-proclaimed president is confident that the same will happen with relations with the Ukrainians, and the aggressor country and its satellites "probably will be able to explain to the Ukrainian people even now what happened."
Consequently, he called on Ukraine to sit down at the negotiating table with Russia.