The head of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko on the last working day of the week, speaking out in the inaugural speech, tried to convince "Not to break, Not to push" the Republic neither with Russia nor with the West.
"Belarus ? peaceful, friendly country without any fantastic ambition. Our commitment one ? simple ? to build a peaceful and happy life in own house in cooperation and collaboration with all our neighbors. We never caused issues for our neighbours. We were always friendly with them, "? quoted expression Lukashenko, RIA " Novosti ". He added that the Republic would continue cooperation with Russia." We will continue to develop the country's Union with brotherly Russia, if she so desires. We will develop close cooperation with partners in the Eurasian economic Union. Thus firmly to assert their desire ", - has declared the head.
Lukashenko said that the Republic is open for cooperation with all countries and tried to convince them Not to oppose the relations of Belarus with Russia and the West." some, upon hearing or seeing that We have been conducting a dialogue with the authorized of the United States of America or the European Union, seem to yell as much to Vladivostok: "Lukashenka's somewhere unfolds!". Our fraternal relations with Russia, Ukraine, other former Soviet republics, is already on its hind legs melts in the West ", - has told It." Yes you don't break us. Let us live in peace on this piece of land. We will ensure your wishes ? and East, and West. Just don't break us. Shove with Russia, we do Not collide with the West? We will Not turn. We want to live on their land. We have No vital interests of the principal even in neighbouring countries. We wish a calm and peaceful life. But, when we hinted to the West that you are there away from Russia, I have always honestly and sincerely say that We can't be farther from Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan because We were born in one basket ", ? the Belarusian leader said. We will add that speaking a speech as part of its fifth official event of the inauguration, Lukashenko said that the proud behavior of residents of the state, which in the framework of the election of the leader of the country "demonstrated once again the political culture" and " independence of judgment ". On the last working day of the week re-elected leader of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko for the fifth time took the oath of allegiance to the people of his state and legally entered into the position of leader of the country. Presidential elections in Belarus took place on October eleven. Lukashenko, who heads the Republic since 1994, won them a landslide victory, gaining 83, 5% of voters came to the polls, who participated in the vote. It is as long as the first and only President of Belarus.