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SBU won't comment on Lukashenko's statement – press service
KYIV. March 7 (Interfax-Ukraine) – The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) will not comment on a statement by a person who calls himself the president of Belarus and is ready to discuss in detail any cases of “bavovna” [Ukrainian slang for explosions in the territory of the aggressor state or the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine] after Ukraine’s victory.
“The Security Service of Ukraine will not comment on a statement by a person who calls himself the president of Belarus. As for any cases of “bavovna”, we will be able to discuss them in detail after our victory,” the press service of the SBU told Interfax-Ukraine.
Earlier, the State Security Committee of Belarus accused the SBU of being involved in a sabotage operation against Russia’s A-50 early warning and control aircraft at the Machulishchy air base in Belarus.
Earlier on Tuesday, Alexander Lukashenko reported the detention of a Russian citizen allegedly recruited by the Ukrainian special services and his 20 accomplices who conducted a sabotage operation at the Machulishchy air base.
The Foreign Ministry of Ukraine, for its part, categorically refuted Lukashenko’s insinuations about the alleged involvement of the Ukrainian side in the events at the Machulishchy airfield and said that considers it an attempt to create an artificial threat from Ukraine in order to justify its support for Russia’s aggression.