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Dmytro Kuleba
Ukraine has never interfered in internal affairs of Belarus & will always support the Belarusian people. Taking into account the election campaign & what followed, today’s “inauguration” of Lukashenko does not mean his recognition as a legitimate head of Belarusian state.
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Alex Kokcharov Sep 23
Replying to @DmytroKuleba
Дякуємо, Україно!
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Lev Havryliv Sep 23
and are natural allies. They face a common threat. Putinist autocracy and Russian imperialism.
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Lemurr Sep 23
Replying to @DmytroKuleba
Дзякуй!
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Teramminator Sep 23
Никаких связей с фашистами вроде Лукашенко. Хотя, как вы торгуете с РФ держите в раде Мертвечуков, толку будет мало. Главное спросить у беларусов чей Крым.
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Ben Sep 23
Replying to @DmytroKuleba
Thank you for your position
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Vastatrix Sep 23
Replying to @DmytroKuleba
How can the world help of the dictator has the army and the help of russia ?
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Nadya Swanberg Sep 23
Replying to @DmytroKuleba
Спасибо 🙏
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الدكتور جلال فروي Sep 23
Replying to @DmytroKuleba
عدم الاعتراف يخالف القانون الدولي وقد يجلب مشاكل سياسية امنية لاوكرانيا الافضل الالتزام بالصمت والصبر حتى تتضح الامور
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ДокторТарр Sep 23
The problem is that since 2014, all power in Ukraine has been illegitimate, because it came to power through an anti-constitutional coup.
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ДокторТарр Sep 23
Replying to @hit0z @DmytroKuleba
Эти братья мечтают, чтобы вы жили в такой же жопе, в какой они сами сидят. Им одиноко в болоте, присоединяйтесь 😁
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