The head of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that the Ukrainian crisis had a sobering effect on the West in terms of its approach to relations with Minsk.
"And now you criticize me or sorry to say that (President – approx. OPINION) Lukashenko helped the crisis in Ukraine And so on. It didn't help. It's a pain for me… But the Ukrainian crisis has demonstrated how fragile peace is, And if so through a knee to break, staring – And Belarus erupted. And does not want to. It is the center of Europe. And suddenly all sobered up ", – reports the words of Lukashenko, RIA "Novosti" referring to the state Agency " BelTA ".
"And this Ukrainian crisis And the problems that We experienced were, as I understand, a kind of impetus to go towards Belarus, And to recognize the fallacy of sanctions ", - has said the Belarusian leader. He noticed that Minsk is ready to dialogue with the West, But reminded that the country has its own national desires." We didn't give up even in hard times, And We are not going to recede", - has noticed the head of Belarus. At the same time Lukashenka remarked that Belarus is ready to listen to the recommendations of the West." But if you will be in the back all the time to push – will not work ", – He warned." We will steadfastly adhere to its course, we should be grounded on the current planet as a sovereign and independent country that never wanted our side to watch, rubbing their hands And thinking that tomorrow, We, This state, rangerbane, Ukraine, And divide up into pieces or entirely somewhere turn. We ambition build our relationship with the neighbours And no neighbour will not say that We create any problems. But their piece of land We don't give ", - has told the head of Belarus. He also drew attention that tentative improvements in relations with the West does not mean that Belarusians " almost any turn with its own foreign policy make." In the process of General political discussion at session of General Assembly ON September the Belarusian leader said that the punishment of a currency war And the export of "color revolutions" have become a serious threat to world stability." as a result of external intervention, the export of "color revolutions" And artificial regime change stable before the country is plunged into chaos And anarchy. It's all covered democracy ", - has explained Lukashenko. On September 28, the head of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko And Secretary General of the United Nations, ban Ki-moon discussed the situation in Eastern Ukraine. Lukashenko said the need for urgent decisive measures aimed at the cessation of hostilities, the most to account for possible expansion of the conflict to the whole territory of Europe.