On the West, they are afraid of Belarus' independence
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko stated on Friday that the West fears the independence and strength of Belarus. He made these remarks during a solemn gathering to commemorate the country's Independence Day.
"We pose a threat to them with our authority, independence, and the strength of the Belarusian state. Ultimately, this is the most important thing - our example," the press service quoted the Belarusian leader as saying. Lukashenko noted that the world is facing an unprecedented military-political crisis in human history. "The West does not need a dialogue for its resolution. They don't need a dialogue. Not yet," emphasized the head of the Belarusian state.
At the same time, he added that, essentially, despite differing national interests, values, and traditions, Eastern and Western European countries could and should develop together. "We can be interesting and beneficial to each other in all areas: economic, scientific, educational, and cultural," emphasized the president.