Ales Marachkin: Lukashenka is Kremlin's Cerberus and Ukraine's enemy
14:27, — Politics
One cannot trust a cheater.
Ales Marachkin, a famous Belarusian artist, head of the Pahonia association and member of the Belarusian Movement organising committee, spoke to charter97.org about Lukashenka's readiness to “work for Russia's interests in Ukraine”.
“No one can trust this cheater. Lukashenka is a cheater. His words that he wants help Ukraine, especially help with the election, make one laugh. A friend of mine said about Lukashenka's attempts to balance between the West and the East: 'He likes to eat a sausage from two ends'. I'd say the Belarusian ruler tries to eat it even from three ends,” the artist says.
“His words about supporting Ukraine and mediation between Kyiv and Moscow are an act of showing off. Belarus's representative to the UN voted for the resolution on Crimea like North Korea. It shows everything,” the head of the Pahonia association said.
The Belarusian dictator said yesterday at a meeting with Russia's Kaluga Oblast Governor Anatoly Artamonov that he was “ready to work for Russia's interests in Ukraine”. He emphasised he wouldn't make a step without consulting with Moscow.