Kiev didn't Forgive Lukashenko's Accusations of "Lousiness," Bezsmertny

07.06.2011 15:16

Roman Bezsmertny, dismissed from the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to Belarus on June 3, said that the Ukrainian authorities had not forgiven President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko's charges of the "lousiness." According to Roman Bezsmertny, the Ukrainian party expressed its position to the Belarusian authorities "in the dialogue on political and technological levels."

Roman Bezsmertny said that his policies and harsh words against the Belarusian authorities were the reason for his being repeatedly invited to the Foreign Ministry of Belarus and warned, like other ambassadors though, reports NOVAUKRAINA.

Retired ambassador also says that Ukraine has prepared a program to «build bridges» between Belarus and the European Union. «It was announced at a meeting of foreign ministers of both countries, but unfortunately, I do not know the reaction of the authorities of Belarus,» said Roman Bezsmertny.

As Telegraf previously reported, June 3, President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovich dismissed Ambassador of Ukraine to Belarus Roman Bezsmertny. The diplomat had repeatedly criticized the actions of the Belarusian authorities, which, in his opinion, influenced the decision of the Ukrainian leader to remove him from office.

Among other things, Roman Bezsmertny said that the sharp remarks of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko on the Ukrainian leadership, in particular, charges of «lousiness» will adversely affect relations between the two countries.