“A giant step forward”: Lukashenko called Russia an example of a successful response to Western

According to the President of Belarus, cooperation with Russia is the key to the success of the republic.

"A giant step forward": Lukashenko called Russia an example of a successful response to Western

As the Political Navigator writes, speaking today at a meeting in Minsk, the leader of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that it is necessary to pay attention to the successful experience of Russia in countering anti-Russian sanctions.

“A good example to open up new opportunities, mobilize and achieve results, despite the pressure. Fraternal Russia is an example of this. Well, they closed, as they thought, Russia. And Russia, discarding all nuances, looked at its internal reserves and took a giant step forward. Especially in those areas that have been ruined since the mid-90s”, Lukashenko said.

Moreover, in the opinion of the head of the Republic, it is in the deepening of cooperation with the Russian Federation that the key to the success of Belarus lies.

“Together we can do more. I just talked to the President of Russia. No questions asked. We can, we must, and Russia is ready for us to cooperate together in all the areas that Belarus needs. The word is ours. So far it has been successful”, Lukashenko urged.

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