Kiev did not intend to fight for Crimea, because it is well understood that this area is not Ukrainian, said the permanent mission of the Republic under the RF President.
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko does not understand the heart of the matter when he says that the Ukrainian leadership should fight for the Crimea in 2014.
This view was voiced in the permanent representation of the Crimea under the Russian President, reports Russian Dialogue.
According to Andrew Molokova, who heads a working group dealing with international legal issues, Kiev did not take any decisive action in the Crimea, because he knew that the Peninsula was never Ukrainian territory, and its inhabitants are Ukrainians.
Thus Moloch called the false words of Lukashenka noted that the Belarusian President “doesn’t know what he’s talking about”.
Lukashenko’s statement about Crimea has sounded in interview to the Ukrainian journalist Dmitry Gordon. The Belarusian leader admitted that he would have fought for Crimea, if held the highest office in the leadership of Ukraine, and also criticized the Ukrainian authorities that in 2014, refused to lead troops in combat readiness and to start the operation for the defense of the Peninsula.