Alexander Lukashenkoon: Vasily Fedosenko / Reuters
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said in an interview with TV channel “Belarus 1” on his one and only fear. Transcript of the President with the correspondent of the TV channel press-service of Lukashenka.
The Belarusian President noted that he had reviewed provided a review of publications in the media, where they found “different interpretations on the theme of fear, horror for Lukashenka in the future and so forth.”
“First, I have nothing to fear. I’m someone who’s been through a lot of fears. But there is one fear, if you fear to call the economy”, — said Lukashenko.
“If we will have to develop a normal economy, would be more or less normal life of our people, well, at least as of now, no fears for the Belarusians can not be. There are no such fears. No external aggression, nor that we have someone enslave, capture, that we are someone subordinate, will dissolve No more fears… no, in addition to the economy,” — said the Belarusian leader.
According to the National statistics Committee of Belarus, the average salary of workers in the country in July 2018, has made 973 ruble 80 kopecks (more than 31 thousand 760 rubles, or slightly more than 473 USD).
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