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Zelensky mentions Belarusians in his address to Polish leadership
Volodymyr Zelensky / president.gov.ua
In his address to the leadership of Poland, Volodymyr Zelensky mentioned the Belarusians. He spoke of the friendship between Ukraine and Poland, that there are "no more borders" between these nations, that a "powerful union, although informal," has been formed.
"There is peace between our peoples," Zelensky said. "Peace between relatives, peace between brothers. And now I really want our common neighbors, the Belarusians, to hear these words. Peace between relatives, peace between neighbors, peace between brothers. We must reach it with them. And we will do it for sure."
"If God willing, we win this war, we will share the victory with our brothers and sisters," said the Ukrainian president.
In the meantime, as we know, the world considers Belarus an ally of Russia in its aggression against Ukraine. However, it is not that simple. In Ukraine, a Belarusian battalion named after Kastus Kalinousky includes volunteers.