The Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko is confident that, unless external policies, Belarus has long been a prosperous state.
Belarus is under political and economic pressure from the West, criticizing Minsk over as if the lack of democracy in the country, for almost 20 years.
"we have a lot to learn, and I say this everywhere in the talks with key leaders of the countries, when they're starting hints to speak about our government, about democracy" - quoted in Thursday a message to Lukashenko, the presidential press service.
"God forbid that you had that much democracy! Because the power of the people is the most important nation, is a state that does everything in the interests of the people. Where it is possible to give birth safely walk with the kids, to feel safe, where you can reach the government. I have no desire to say that we all do in this direction, but to reach the highest levels of power in our country ", - said the Belarusian leader.
Lukashenko has noticed that very much in the country's development also depends on the contribution of each in the prosperity of the state.
The European Union alleging human rights violations in Belarus in 2012 it expanded introduced at the beginning of the 2010 winter punishment against the state, for example, limiting the entry of Belarusian bureaucrats on the platform of the European Union, and made it a condition of improving relations, the release of all " political prisoners ". Minsk claimed that political prisoners in the country. The Council of the European Union extended penalties against Belarus until 31 October 2015.
The Belarusian authorities said on numerous occasions some recovery and a thaw in relations between Minsk and Brussels in the last period of time, as well as among them on the background of the role of Belarus in the conflict settlement in the South-East of Ukraine. The parties are meeting to improve relations.
earlier in September, the Agency Reuters referring to diplomatic sources has informed that the European Union States may remove a number of sanctions concerning Belarus, and among them to cancel the travel ban on President Alexander Lukashenko. A formal decision, according to the Agency, has the ability to be taken in the near future during the meeting of European diplomats. The EU source said Last news that the European Union States will discuss the future against the current Belarus regime of punishment not before the presidential elections, scheduled for October eleven.