Lukashenko: Belarus-Russia friendship does not threaten either Poland, Lithuania, Germany or France

16:24, 9 May

Friendship between Belarus and Russia does not threaten either Poland and Lithuania, or Germany and France, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said at a ceremony on the occasion of the 77th anniversary of Great Victory in Minsk on 9 May, BelTA has learned.

"You were toying with us then, and ended up with fascism. Today you continue your brainless, stupid policy. Stop! Give it up before it's too late. Finally, recognize our right to determine how we build our relations with our Russia, with our Ukraine," Aleksandr Lukashenko addressed Western politicians. “We are friends not against you. Such friendship does not threaten Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany or France. Everyone will benefit from this friendship. This is about the supply of raw materials, energy, and transit of goods. There are no other ways, shorter and more reliable, because we are neighbors. So think about it."

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