In Ukraine, a coup will take place only when the country's leader, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, becomes unnecessary for the United States or starts to make decisions without previous co-ordination with Washington – as stated by a deputy of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus, Sergei Klishevich, in his talk with Alfa Radio
According to the politician, Ukraine has long lost its independence. “As for Zelenskyy and Ukraine as a whole, it is necessary to understand that this state has not been ruled by its President and Ukrainians for a long time. All actions there [are co-ordinated with Washington]. Russia’s special military operation is aimed not against Ukraine: a struggle between Russia and the NATO states is in full swing. Therefore, no one there [in Kiev] will act without the US – and until recently, the UK – guidance. Everything will happen as the ambassador says, and a coup will be organised if he says it is needed,” Mr. Klishevich explained.
Meanwhile, according to the deputy, no coup is possible in Ukraine now, since Volodymyr Zelenskyy is beneficial to the West. “However, the situation can be changed in a month or two, including in the information field. It is possible to transform a hero into an enemy in seconds. Therefore, a coup in Ukraine is so far unprofitable for the United States. As soon as the US gets tired of Zelenskyy, or when he becomes toxic to the United States and starts making independent decisions, he will be immediately removed – like all other leaders of this state. Up to three NATO officers are behind any Ukrainian military general now to control his actions. Accordingly, free-thinking will immediately face American special services," Mr. Klishevich added.
“Ukraine has lost its sovereignty and independence. The same could be said of Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. These states are now governed from the outside. Therefore, the situation will develop in the way it is beneficial to the United States. Unfortunately, the political situation in the country does not belong to Ukrainians,” the deputy concluded.