“No one will wait for another Bucha”: Arestovich commented on the threat of invasion from Belarus

If Russian troops try to invade Ukraine again from Belarus, they will not ask self-proclaimed President Alexander Lukashenko for permission to do so.

In case of such an invasion, Ukraine will not be “sentimental”. Aleksey Arestovich, the adviser to the Office of the President of Ukraine, spoke about this in a conversation with Russian opposition leader, lawyer, lawyer Mark Feygin.

The OP adviser hinted that the Armed Forces of Ukraine would take action even before the Russian troops crossed the Belarusian-Ukrainian border.

“Lukashenko is not going anywhere. If Russian troops enter, they will enter without question. The question is whether they will go, knowing what awaits them here. The second is what will happen to them when they try to cross the border. And for my feelings, this time we will not be sentimental. I mean not when they cross the border, but before they cross the border. No one will wait for the next Bucha,” Arestovich stressed.