Europe’s longest-serving president noted that the conflict could threaten not only the loss of statehood but also the complete destruction of Ukraine. The four-time elected leader of Belarus called for negotiations and pointed out that over time, relations between the peoples of Russia and Ukraine will be restored.
ACCORDING to Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko: ‘From October 6, all price increases in the central European pro-Moscow nation are illegal. Forbidden! From today, not from tomorrow, from today.’
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said that a serious conflict is starting between Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and the Ukrainian armed forces.
Russia’s resolve and resurrection as a world power on a par with pre-1917 Imperial Russia is only part of the woes suffered by the hapless gathering of the self-anointed elite gathered at the World Economic Forum. Another migraine is rampant inflation that may be now out of control, a global food crisis and the strong likelihood of social unrest breaking out in Europe and the United States. If attendees at this year’s World Economic Forum came to Davos worried, they left with little to comfort them.
MINSK, March 5: President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that Western countries after a year of sanctions will ask Minsk and Moscow to resume cooperation.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko provided his take on the current and future impact of the Ukrainian standoff, in an interview with YouTube channel Soloviev Live partly aired by Russian media on Sunday.
While Ukraine has long held ambitions to join the EU, officials in Brussels are treating spurned Kiev with contempt, Croatian President Zoran Milanovic has claimed, as tensions heat up across the shared border with Russia. Speaking on the RTL TV channel on Sunday, Zagreb’s leader shared his opinions on the former Soviet republic’s relations with the 27-member bloc.
Hundreds and more anti-war activists rallied outside the White House in Washington, DC, on Thursday to demand that the Biden administration stop antagonising Russia, risking war between two nuclear-armed powers.
The question is, will shops soon open in Berlin, Paris, London and Spain offering merchandise promoting respectively German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson and Pedro Sanchez if the trend catches on?
Minsk has expressed concerns about escalating tensions between Moscow and the West amid absurd sabre-rattling claims by officials in the US and NATO that Russia may be preparing to invade Ukraine. Russia has dismissed these allegations as a false attempt to further deteriorate relations between Moscow and the Western alliance.