• Lukashenko told about unnecessary West Belarus

  • President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that his country was not wanted in the West. On Thursday, April 20 reports the press service of the President.

    The leader of the Republic at the meeting with Governor of Nizhny Novgorod oblast of Russia Valery Shantsev commented on the country's foreign policy. "We in the West are useless. There this is kind of how Belarus, and enough without it. And I love the West, you remember from those times. Nothing here has changed. We are living in the heart of Europe, forced to pursue such a policy," — said Lukashenko.

    He stressed that the Republic could not "quarrel with either Russia or the West." "Our fate," — said the Belarusian President.

    11 APR Lukashenko advised USA to restrict their interest to the North American continent. On April 7 he said, that Russia is not ready to create a full-fledged Union state. Then he also expressed the view that the lack of equality between Moscow and Minsk is the cause of the economic problems of Belarus.


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