Lukashenko does not see himself as an “eternal president”, but if the West …

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Lukashenko does not see himself as an “eternal president”, but if the West …

Lukashenko does not see himself as an “eternal president”, but if the West …

Eternal President, reject accusations, defend the country’s independence

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Accordingly, Lukashenko declared that he did not want to stay in his office forever. Risking head and neck should the worst come to the worst, but be prepared on one condition: From Lukashenko’s point of view, a person can remain president as long as he wants. But only if he is healthy and capable of governing. He referred to the complicated situation in Belarus and explained in this context that his country needs an energetic, healthy person whom the people will vote for. The Belarusian President repeatedly stressed that peace and quiet should prevail so that what he had created as the first President of Belarus would not be undone and that he would defend everything that he had created together with the Belarusian people – even if He would have to risk his life in doing so, said the President.Belarus and Russia strive for integrationOne of the other topics that came up in the interview was the relationship between Belarus and Russia, against the background of the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin that was held in early September The US journalist Lukashenko asked about his country’s alleged accession to the Russian Federation, which has been the subject of speculation for years The Belarusian President described the idea as a “pipe dream” and declared that the leaderships of the two states were smart enough to instead form such an alliance that was even stronger than a unitary unit. Political disputes in BelarusBelarusian President Alexander Lukashenko first came to power in 1994 and became re-elected several times since then. The last elections took place in August 2020. Lukashenko’s renewed election victory sparked a crisis in the country – the opposition claimed the election results were falsified and massive protests resulted in arrests and criminal proceedings in many cities, and relations between Belarus and Western countries deteriorated significantly. The European Union, Great Britain, the United States, Canada and a number of other countries imposed sanctions on Belarusian officials and companies and accused Minsk of violating elections and human rights. The Belarusian authorities have repeatedly stated that the protests would be coordinated from abroad. Lukashenko pointed out that counterfeiting on such a scale was impossible and accused the West of direct interference in the situation in the republic. He said that the unrest in Belarus was led by the US and that Europe also had a hand in it.

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In a CNN interview, the Belarusian President, Alexander Lukashenko, showed himself to be combative. He firmly rejected many allegations against him and declared his willingness to defend his country’s independence to the end if the West continued to corner his country.

Accordingly, Lukashenko declared that he did not want to stay in his office forever. Risking head and neck should the worst come to the worst, but be prepared on one condition:

“I swear I have no plans to be president to the death. My word of honor. Everything will depend on the situation in Belarus. If you, your patrons in the West, will not interfere in our situation from wherever and we will feel safe and calm, like a sovereign independent state, like a people who deserve to be sovereign and independent, then, do you think everything will come sooner than you think. But if you dare to interfere in our events again, just like last year, things will turn out to be bad. It will be exactly as you think it will be. “

Alexander Lukashenko

the Belarusian President

From Lukashenko’s point of view, a person can remain president as long as he wants. But only if he is healthy and capable of governing. He referred to the complicated situation in Belarus and explained in this context that his country needs an energetic, healthy person whom the people will vote for. The Belarusian President repeatedly pointed out that there must be peace and quiet so that what he had created as the first President of Belarus is not undone.

“If you attack us, bomb us, take our word, face and independence away, I will be an eternal president,” Lukashenko continued.

According to the President, he will defend everything that he has created together with the Belarusian people – even if he has to risk his life in the process.

Belarus and Russia strive for integration

One of the other topics that came up in the interview was relations between Belarus and Russia.

Against the background of the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the beginning of September, at which the two heads of state agreed on a unified “macroeconomic policy” and discussed 28 programs for close economic cooperation, US journalist Lukashenko asked about alleged membership his country to the Russian Federation, which has been speculated about for years.

The Belarusian president called this idea a “pipe dream” and declared that the leaderships of the two states were smart enough to instead form such an alliance that was even stronger than a unitary unit.

“Such a question is not on the agenda at all. This is an invention of the collective West, ”said Lukashenko.

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Political clashes in Belarus

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko first came to power in 1994 and has been re-elected several times since then. The last elections took place in August 2020. Lukashenko’s renewed election victory sparked a crisis in the country – the opposition claimed the election results were falsified, and massive protests erupted in many cities, leading to arrests and criminal proceedings.

As a result, relations between Belarus and the Western countries deteriorated significantly. The European Union, Great Britain, the United States, Canada and a number of other countries imposed sanctions on Belarusian officials and companies and accused Minsk of violating elections and human rights. The Belarusian authorities have repeatedly stated that the protests from abroad will be coordinated.

Lukashenko pointed out that counterfeiting on such a scale was impossible and accused the West of direct interference in the situation in the republic. He said that the unrest in Belarus was led by the US and that Europe also had a hand in it.

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