Lukashenko: Belarus is committed to indivisible security, more just world order

12:30, 15 February

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Belarus is committed to indivisible security and stands for a more just world order, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he received credentials from ambassadors of eight countries in Minsk on 15 February, BelTA has learned

"We are always happy to meet friends and partners interested in strengthening relations with our country. This is not just diplomatic etiquette or a tribute to fashion," the head of state said. “Hospitality is one of the main Belarusian signature traits, which we are very proud of and pass on from generation to generation. Peace and harmony, the opportunity to work and develop in peace are the greatest values for Belarusians." 

"This is why we are firmly committed to single and indivisible security. We stand for a new, more just world order, for development opportunities and a decent future for all, not only for the so-called golden billion," Aleksandr Lukashenko said.

"I believe that you will love Belarus as much as we, our residents and citizens, our guests do. I warmly congratulate you on the official start of your honorable and responsible diplomatic work in the Republic of Belarus," the head of state said.

"I wish you good health and, most importantly, that your tenure in Belarus becomes another step up in your diplomatic career. I wish you success and welcome to Belarus," Aleksandr Lukashenko said.

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