Alexey Bukchin. Belarus has no preconditions for repetition of the Ukrainian events, said the Minister of foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus Vladimir Makei in an interview to the edition, the transcript of which is published on Wednesday.
"I don't see a similar danger for Belarus. And there are a lot of reasons, " said Mackay.
"First, we're not going to shy away, as the former leadership of Ukraine, from one side to the other, from Russia to Europe And Vice versa. Secondly, we have a normal state And the economy. Maybe too excessive, as some call it, the excessive intervention of the country in the life of the economy. But we observe that at this stage it is necessary ", - He explained.
He said that to prevent events like the one in Ukraine, the state is obliged to keep the impact on the economy." Examples of actions of European countries in terms of financial and economic decline are showing that the state Could not seize the levers of influence on economic processes in the country, in the most difficult situations. For this reason we have, in a reversal from that time in Ukraine, the government clearly holds the levers of economic And political process in the country, " said Mackay.
However, He said the low level of bribery in the country And the lack of business." we have the head or the family of the President not doing business. For this reason, the head Can take any decision without fear that they will close his account in some Western countries. Yes, corruption is also present, And we struggle with it too. However, she does not have such scope as it did in Ukraine. The oligarchs we did not play a decisive role in the placement And in the management of the economy, as happened in Ukraine ", - said the head of the Belarusian foreign Ministry.
Kiev's main square Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence square) - was occupied by supporters of European integration on November 21, 2013, immediately after the announcement of the government of Mykola Azarov about temporary suspension of the signing of the Treaty on the Union with the EU. Later, the Maidan became the epicenter of the confrontation between the security forces And radicals. The clashes, during which opposing political force many times used firearms And " Molotov cocktails ", were dozens of casualties. At the end of February 2014 in the country there was a coup, the head of Viktor Yanukovych was removed by Parliament from the government at the end of may were appointed early presidential elections, which were won by billionaire Petro Poroshenko.