DNS response ignores VRF


Hello, I have a problem with DNS responses from VyOS when a request is sent from the VRF interface. The DNS response is sent through the default VRF which has no return route, so the traffic is routed through the default gateway. Am I wrong or should VyOS ( respond with its own eth9 interface that has a VRF set up?

show interfaces ethernet eth9

description kube1
vrf kube1

show ip route vrf kube1

VRF kube1:
S>* [1/0] via, eth1 (vrf default), weight 1, 09:05:46
C>* is directly connected, eth9, 09:06:02
B>* [20/0] via, eth9, weight 1, 09:04:25

tcpdump for ping:

22:44:45.952019 eth9  In  IP > ICMP echo request, id 42967, seq 1, length 64
22:44:45.952229 eth9  Out IP > ICMP echo reply, id 42967, seq 1, length 64

tcpdump for dns:

22:32:19.404605 eth9  In  IP > 46654+ [1au] A? seznam.cz. (50)
22:32:19.418454 eth1  Out IP > 46654 2/0/1 A, A (70)
Version:          VyOS 1.4-rolling-202301151434
Release train:    current

Built by:         autobuild@vyos.net
Built on:         Sun 15 Jan 2023 14:34 UTC
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Architecture:     x86_64
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System type:      KVM guest

Hardware vendor:  QEMU
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last time I checked it was not possible or I did not find a solution to bind outgoing DNS quwries from VyOS to a particular VRF.

If you find a linux way, I am happy ro implement it.