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Sunday, December 17, 2017

Belarus commented on the words of the Vice speaker of Parliament of “knife in the back”

The Belarusian foreign Ministry commented on the resonant statement of Vice speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Irina Gerashchenko that the Minsk plunged Kiev “knife in the back”. A spokesman for the foreign Ministry Dmitry Mironchik suggested that such “revealing” revelation Ukrainian politicians are another attempt to attract attention.

We will remind, Irina Gerashchenko condemned the actions of Minsk, which voted against the resolution on human rights in Crimea. On his page in Facebook the people’s Deputy wrote that he considered Belarus expressed solidarity with Russia “stabbed in the back”.

Then oil poured into the fire, the Deputy of the Kiev city Council, the representative of nationalist party “Freedom” Igor Miroshnichenko, who urged the Kiev authorities to the organization of sabotage on the territory of Belarus, which, in his view, must be extirpated “from the sphere of influence of Russia”.

Press Secretary of the Belarusian foreign Ministry noted that such “was not entirely appropriate statement,” do “political outcasts or people who do not have real power.”

“Their “incriminating” testimony, and the calculation of “knife in the back” is addressed to the Ukrainian audience and are another attempt to attract attention”, – said Mironchik, whose words are given on the website of the foreign Ministry.

However, the diplomat added, following such statements, calls to carry out acts of sabotage in Belarus go beyond the limits of political PR. “Here, you need the attention of either doctors or law enforcement. And best of both,” concluded Mironchik.


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