Poland is the most aggressive state in relation to the official Minsk and there’s nobody to talk to there, said President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko.
“Look at Poland. The most aggressive state towards us. I do not understand: why? We have ethnic Poles living here, normal people. They do not work badly. There are just a few crazy people, there are enough of such people in Belarus. We can live and work normally,” said Lukashenko during the meeting with the working collective of the Minsk Steel Rolling Plant. The press service quotes him as saying.
Lukashenko expressed bewilderment: what the politicians of Poland lack.
“The rating of their leaders is already below 30 percent,” he said.
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