Alexander Lukashenkoon: Mikhail Klimentyev / Reuters
Belarus is in such a position that it gets from allies and from enemies. This was stated by President Alexander Lukashenko during the meeting with representatives of state media, BelTA has learned.
“In this regard Belarus is exposed to fire from all sides,” he complained and asked not to compare the countries of the European Union, which has always relied on its allies. “And, at least in the back they don’t shoot,” — said Lukashenko.
According to the Belarusian leader, information warfare now plays a special role, as the country will soon face increased threats in the media space.
In October 2019, the Lukashenko said that Russian citizens should not look at Belarusians as enemies. According to the Belarusian head of state, the inhabitants of his country are not enemies who turned their backs to Russia. Lukashenka stressed that Minsk has no closer country than Russia, and that, in turn, there is no closer ally than Belarus.
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