Alexander Lukashenko: In any situation, we should not be drawn into the confrontation of Moscow and Kiev

The President of the Republic of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, during the operational gathering of commanders of the Armed Forces on the need to maintain a balance of relations with the Russian Federation and Ukraine, which was developed at the political and diplomatic level.




The Belarusian leader especially noted the focus of Kiev on confrontation with Moscow, which, in his opinion, is clearly fueled by external forces.

“This is already fixed at the legislative level. In particular, in the new edition of the Ukrainian military doctrine, Russia is referred to as a military adversary, ”Lukashenko quotes BelTA as saying.

The President of the Republic of Belarus also stated that this is the first conflict in the post-Soviet space, which, without exaggeration, can directly affect the security of Belarus.

“Under these conditions, it is extremely important for us to maintain the balance of relations with Moscow and Kiev, which has been worked out at a political and diplomatic level. In any development of the situation, we should not be drawn into their confrontation, ”he stressed.

According to Lukashenko, the world community appreciated and supported the active and rational contribution of the republic to resolving the situation on the territory of Ukraine. In addition, the Belarusian president promised that he would make maximum efforts to maintain these positions, as it is necessary to protect national interests.
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  1. Vladimyrych 2 November 2015 12: 56 New
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    Well done Butska. Just remove the cream from all and in chocolate. tongue
    Of course, as an “ally”, it’s not comme il faut, but as the Head of State - a handsome man! good
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    Gentlemen San Grigorich just takes advantage of the political situation of today, that's all.
    And actually, given the economic and military capabilities of his country (real and not at the expense of Russia), he is doing the right thing.



    laughing
    1. Baikonur 2 November 2015 12: 58 New
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      I feel sorry for my skin! I’ll hide his hut too! I know nothing! Just watching! I’m not interfering anywhere!
      1. Sasha 19871987 2 November 2015 13: 01 New
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        be that as it may, he is trying for his people, unlike Porosenko ... so at least thanks for that, Belarus is very clean and tidy, tasty food, everyone works, because they can put lazers in jail, there are no crowds of immigrants from Caucasus and Transcaucasia ...
        1. avg
          avg 2 November 2015 13: 20 New
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          In general, does anyone remember when this ally supported us?
          1. Uncle VasyaSayapin 2 November 2015 13: 50 New
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            The situation with Ukraine is moving towards a denouement. Soon they will have to repay the debt, but there is no money. But the DPR and LPR have a powerful army: even aircraft can appear at any moment. Old Man demanded from his not to intervene in the conflict. All the same, there is little benefit from them in the war with Ukraine. What if Minsk-3 is needed. It is not known where the new demarcation zone will take place: along the Dnieper or along the Dniester.
            1. Cheshire 2 November 2015 18: 40 New
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              What if Minsk-3 is needed. It is not known where the new demarcation zone will take place: along the Dnieper or along the Dniester.

              Perhaps along the Danube, the ways of the Lord are inscrutable.
              hi
          2. ASK505 2 November 2015 14: 27 New
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            “I will not corporatize with swindlers, including Russia.” Lukashenko

            Some kind of muddy Lukashenko with his rural thinking in world politics. He always tries to dance at two weddings at the same time, which Gaddaffi, Milosevic, Yanukovych, and others had already unsuccessfully done before him.
            1. Ingvar 72 2 November 2015 16: 14 New
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              Quote: ASK505
              “I will not corporatize with swindlers, including Russia.” Lukashenko

              The words are rigged. Not with Russia, but OF Russia! And there are reasons for these words. Remember the Gazprom overrun on the gas industry in Belarus? Nashi blackmailed Belarus on the transfer of ownership of the gas transmission system of Belarus in exchange for a discount on gas. In case of refusal, they threatened to sell gas to Belarusians at European prices.
              And this rollback was supported by "our" government. So do the allies?
              1. gladcu2 2 November 2015 21: 43 New
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                Ingvar72

                Unfortunately you are unlikely to be heard.
            2. gladcu2 2 November 2015 21: 37 New
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              ASK505

              You're right. Lukashenko behaves like a man without a clan and tribe. His policy is to sit on two chairs and pull the coals from the fire with the wrong hands.

              It’s time for him to decide. For independent can only be in union. Only Switzerland, with its tactically insurmountable mountain roads and tunnels for military equipment, managed to remain independent.

              And the next US fleet has repeatedly wanted to sail to the shores of Belarus. While they cannot find these shores, this is temporary and this dad is saving.

              Although in defense of the old man, the Russian Federation is pursuing a shadowy liberal ideology, which is really dumb for the Belarusian socialist state.
          3. Turkir 2 November 2015 14: 54 New
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            In general, does anyone remember when this ally supported us?

            Only when preferences are needed.
          4. Ingvar 72 2 November 2015 16: 06 New
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            Quote: avg
            In general, does anyone remember when this ally supported us?

            I did not betray. I don’t understand that many people roll a barrel on him - for his country, he did much more than our president did for ours. hi
            1. kotvov 2 November 2015 18: 14 New
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              - for his country, he has done much more than our president for ours. ,,
              maybe so, but, if you don’t want to engage in politics, it will take care of you,
              1. Ingvar 72 2 November 2015 19: 41 New
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                Quote: kotvov
                if you don’t want to engage in politics, it will take care of you,

                So far, he manages to maneuver without entering into an open confrontation with either the West or Russia. And politics - there is no final victory in it, first you are someone, then you are with interest. laughing
        2. Airborne Major 2 November 2015 14: 46 New
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          Quote: Sasha 19871987
          be that as it may, he is trying for his people, unlike Porosenko ... so at least thanks for that, Belarus is very clean and tidy, tasty food, everyone works, because they can put lazers in jail, there are no crowds of immigrants from Caucasus and Transcaucasia ...

          But at the same time, no one has canceled allied obligations. I want to remind you that in the Doctrine of Ruins, Russia is called the official enemy, and this is the beginning of aggression against Russia, and Belarus is obliged to react as an ally, and not as forgive .... Lord. Was Lukashenko small-town "cam", and remained so. He is not a friend to us, but a sip.
          1. avt
            avt 2 November 2015 15: 20 New
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            Quote: Major Airborne
            But at the same time, no one has canceled allied obligations.

            How is it nobody! ??
            “Under these conditions, it is extremely important for us to maintain the balance of relations with Moscow and Kiev, which has been worked out at a political and diplomatic level. In any development of the situation, we should not be drawn into their confrontation, ”he stressed.
            He is actually Lukashenko. So if we say giving an introductory one - the conflict in LDNR is unleashed, for example, with a provocative attack on the territory of Russia, and in fact shelling, border violation and the killing of military personnel ALREADY HAVE, then, in the framework of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, Butska promises neutrality and friendly relations with usem. Well, now the question for the singers of the “State Gas” is “What is the situation with the Baranavichy air force base? But father is already ukurs? And those planes that were planted in the framework of the Collective Security Treaty Organization at the Belarusian airfields - Still there? Or not already? And finally three times can someone explain how the mythical single air defense will work under such gorgeous, promised Butsk’s conditions? Well, the commander who has already been appointed and gives orders to himself. to take for cash allowance the remaining from 25 thousand 65 thousand soldiers of the Republic of Belarus? wassat Can still leave a mustache as is?
      2. EvgNik 2 November 2015 13: 08 New
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        Quote: Baikonur
        I’ll hide his hut too! I know nothing!

        In any case, he is already involved. Minsk-1 and Minsk-2.
      3. Proxima 2 November 2015 13: 08 New
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        Let better remember who arranged Khatyn. Are Ukrainian policemen an hour? Balance of relations ... damn it. This may bother someone and things will be called by their proper names, namely, “political prostitution”.
        1. operrus 2 November 2015 13: 19 New
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          I completely agree, the method of sitting on two chairs does not see good, if Ukraine invested in Belarus as much as Russia, this position would be understandable, and we seem to be a union state, only an alliance away from us is all in return we piotriot and so in everything, surprisingly. It’s time to place a seat on one chair.
      4. Imperialkolorad 2 November 2015 13: 22 New
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        Quote: Baikonur
        I feel sorry for my skin! I’ll hide his hut too! I know nothing! Just watching! I’m not interfering anywhere!

        Many eastern Ukrainians also believed that their hut was on the edge. As a result, in one part there are Nazi occupying troops with Nazi battalions, and in the other they destroyed a lot of things with barbaric bombing.
      5. figwam 2 November 2015 13: 24 New
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        With any development of the situation, we should not be drawn into their confrontation, "

        I don’t know anything, my hut is on the edge.
      6. Oper6300 2 November 2015 13: 33 New
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        Quote: Baikonur
        just watching! I'm not interfering anywhere
        - writes with the forward comrade Baikonur. How many banderlogs did you personally fail?
      7. My doctor 2 November 2015 13: 36 New
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        Hard for you to understand but
        In any situation, BELARUS should not be drawn into a conflict between Russia and Ukraine. And any citizen of the republic who participated in the conflict of neighboring states, we should be considered a criminal, no matter which side he was on. Back they ordered the way, we do not need extremists.
        1. Vladimyrych 2 November 2015 13: 48 New
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          My doctor Belarus will still have to choose a camp. No matter how you twist the fifth point, but either - or. No other is given. True, if with Russia you have a chance at life, then with a geyropa or mattress - 0 point 0.
        2. Uncle VasyaSayapin 2 November 2015 13: 54 New
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          The position of a naive ostrich. But Old Man is not acting on the basis of this position. There is no sense in drawing Belarus into the conflict.
        3. ASK505 2 November 2015 14: 38 New
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          Belarus is a part of the Russian World, as is Ukraine. If you do not need patriots whom you call extremists, then homeless people will come to you. And you, lifting up your pants, jump to Russia with a cry: "Help! We are also like Russians." Without a strong Russia, the West’s population will not need the population of Belarus at all. They will clean the whole territory. This is not difficult for us to understand.
        4. Airborne Major 2 November 2015 15: 02 New
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          Russia is not just a neighboring state, Russia is an ally and donor of Belarus. And this question does not come up for the first time. The issue is not the reception of extremists (according to our militia), but regarding Lukashenko’s attitude towards his obligations with regard to the union state. And he, like a bad juggler from a big top, is trying to play with the concept of a union state and obligations within the framework of the CSTO. It seems that if they begin to "remove" him from the post of president, then he will immediately remember that everyone owes him!
        5. avt
          avt 2 November 2015 15: 28 New
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          Quote: MyVrach
          Hard for you to understand but

          fool Man, it’s hard for you to understand that in Russia they’ve got used to this for a long time and haven’t been counting on you for a long time, well, at least c08 08 08 and we are fully aware that you are a sovereign state and finally, we hear from Full Father’s voice - “Each man is for himself.” For which he THANKS a lot and this is not a mockery - I’m quite sincere, at least there will be even fewer suckers repeating mantras about some kind of allies, without which, if we don’t give money, gas, oil and on the list, we will stay. Finally, the saying of Alexander No. 3 will wash out even more people. Russia has two allies, its Army and Navy, all the rest will take up arms against us as soon as possible.
        6. boris-1230 2 November 2015 16: 49 New
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          They have been ordered back, they do not need extremists.

          When they start Maidan in Minsk, then you and your Old Man will immediately remember about the union agreement. And now your dad is trying (like a sly goby) in two mothers to suck a boobs. That's just the West may well slip in another beautiful wrapper for your dad. The Russian people are not vindictive, we are just evil and we have a good memory! And the Old Man must remember that not everything is measured for money!
          "How much the rope does not curl, but you meddle in the noose!"

          Nobody loves prostitutes - they are used, not loved! hi
        7. Dry_T-50 2 November 2015 19: 51 New
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          Quote: MyVrach
          Hard for you to understand but
          In any situation, BELARUS should not be drawn into a conflict between Russia and Ukraine. And any citizen of the republic who participated in the conflict of neighboring states, we should be considered a criminal, no matter which side he was on. Back they ordered the way, we do not need extremists.

          I fully support
          And the cons of us us
        8. Dryuya2 2 November 2015 23: 46 New
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          Quote: MyVrach
          extremists are unnecessary for us.

          and if a conflict begins on the Afghan border ??? (I mean the Taliban)
          then I think we’ll see in the whole “KRAS”
          my hut from the edge
          these are your terrorists, what do you want and do ??? request
      8. evgenii67 2 November 2015 13: 52 New
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        Quote: Baikonur
        I feel sorry for my skin! I’ll hide his hut too! I know nothing! Just watching! I’m not interfering anywhere!

        Lukashenko made quite a few Minsk agreements so that there would be something similar to the world in the Southeast.
        And what do you think he should have done? send troops ?!
        1. demos1111 2 November 2015 14: 52 New
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          He as an ally should at least recognize Crimea and condemn the regime in Kiev.
          Here at VO there was not long ago an article about the crowding out of the Russian language in Belarus. I noticed that in Minsk the whole running line on transport, all the advertising along the roads in the city. Despite the fact that two equal languages ​​are written in the constitution.
          He is not an ally to you. To understand this, you need to talk with youth about 20 years ago. The generation that lived under the USSR is leaving, understanding is leaving with it, together we are strong. My second cousins ​​are like Russian roots, but no, strangers, and God forbid, it’s not known how the Ukrainians for whom they will go. Yes, Belarusians and the 2nd World War actually had a civil war.
          1. denis6064 2 November 2015 21: 03 New
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            Two official languages ​​are Russian and Belarusian. The city of Grodno in May 2015. Street signs in mov and Polish
            1. denis6064 2 November 2015 21: 07 New
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              Someone doubts the crowding out of the Russian language?
              1. SMikhalych 2 November 2015 22: 56 New
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                Quote: denis6064
                Someone doubts the crowding out of the Russian language?

                Is there evidence? There was such a period, as I call it, of violent Belarusization, so it was, so as not to lie, about 20 years ago. My daughter was still in primary school. So their teacher got up at the teacher's council and said that she can teach them in Belarusian language, but which of the subjects is ready when the children move to 5th grade and on, teach physics, chemistry, mathematics in the language ... and everyone shut up. On this "experiment" ended. Therefore, if you are going to call about something, then I advise you to understand the essence of the problem, otherwise it is ringing ... it is ringing.
                I can also quite competently declare that ALL official record-keeping ... I repeat - EVERYTHING ... is performed in RUSSIAN.
                And then they saw two signs in Belarusian and were crazy ... she was more like children.
                1. denis6064 4 November 2015 10: 24 New
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                  Let’s say the pointer is not two, but the entire historical center of the city, but it all starts with a small one.
      9. Alekseev 2 November 2015 14: 39 New
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        Quote: Baikonur
        I feel sorry for my skin!

        "... be that as it may, he is trying for his people"
        Well and good, but we need to try for our own.
        Belarus member of the TS? Good.
        But through its territory with the connivance of Luke violate the embargo? It is not good to blow through certain prohibitions, restrictions. yes
        Ally worthless? And to him the same end in the same place.
        The main thing, since such a smart and independent, that live on their own, without extorting benefits and loans.
        The only way.
      10. samoletil18 2 November 2015 20: 48 New
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        Well, an intermediary for negotiations on the surrender of Bandera will sooner or later be needed. There is no better candidate.
    2. Phantom Revolution 2 November 2015 13: 00 New
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      Quote: Vladimir
      Well done Butska. Just remove the cream from all and in chocolate.

      Well here for the time being. At one point, it may turn out like with Yanukovych.
      1. Vend 2 November 2015 13: 05 New
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        The old man wants to eat a fish, and to ... sit down, pass the bones, and you are a fisherman ... However, no matter how you outwit yourself. Here, with such an approach, Svidomo will rush to Belarus with all their heads, then it will be fun for Lukasheko, to bitter tears. West beckoned him, immediately wagged his tail.
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          1. Vend 2 November 2015 13: 37 New
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            Quote: Eragon
            Quote: Wend
            . Here, with such an approach, Svidomo will rush to Belarus with all their heads, then it will be fun for Lukasheko, to bitter tears.

            Not so easy to break. "Reconnaissance in battle," such as attempted breakthroughs, was undertaken, but to no avail.

            Therefore, they will go by "peaceful" refugees. In Europe, it is now fashionable to accept refugees.
        2. Eragon 2 November 2015 13: 29 New
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          Quote: Wend
          . Here, with such an approach, Svidomo will rush to Belarus with all their heads, then it will be fun for Lukasheko, to bitter tears.

          Not so easy to break. “Reconnaissance in battle,” such as attempted breakthroughs was undertaken, but to no avail. As early as the spring of 2014, probably half of all the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus were transferred to the border. For a week, troops and equipment were driven day and night. Now there are not border patrols, but an almost complete solid line of defense. So the approach is normal - "the balance is maintained", and the army is ready.
      2. SMikhalych 2 November 2015 23: 03 New
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        Quote: Phantom Revolution
        Well here for the time being. At one point, it may turn out like with Yanukovych.

        They won’t wait))) Today in Belarus there are NO alternative Old Man forces. I’m never his adherent, but I completely soberly assess the situation in Belarus: all the slightest alternate gestures are nipped in the bud. The experience of Ukraine is taken into account with all the ensuing consequences ...
    3. vovanpain 2 November 2015 13: 04 New
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      The father in his repertoire would have eaten a fish (Russia would have thrown money, but new and cheaper planes) and would not have sat on a stick (the EU threw a carrot, suspended sanctions)
    4. Major Yurik 2 November 2015 13: 06 New
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      And thank God that does not go into a showdown! The main thing is that we won’t hit in the back like Ukrainians, but we ourselves can defend ourselves, and we won’t give Belarusians an insult, unless of course they do not mind, otherwise it’s cozy for the Yankees, and it’s probably warmer! hi
    5. rBo3qb 2 November 2015 13: 23 New
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      it’s impossible to sit on 2 chairs anyway - the point will tear
      1. SteelRatTV 2 November 2015 13: 45 New
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        I met one “ancient” dictum: “If you are not part of the DECISION, then you are part of the PROBLEM!” hi
    6. wow
      wow 2 November 2015 13: 46 New
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      I don’t know a position like “when you have difficulties”, and when you are “in luck” - nishtyaki are half with me! As he was the cunning chairman of the collective farm, he remained.
    7. 222222 2 November 2015 14: 46 New
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      Vladimirych (1) RU Today,
      in fact, with the economic and military capabilities of his country (real and not at the expense of Russia) he is doing the right thing. "
      .. "Alexander Lukashenko: In any situation, we should not be drawn into the confrontation between Moscow and Kiev .."
      ... "With any development of the conflict between Europe and Belarus .." ... we should not be drawn into their confrontation (Moscow .. and others ..)
      "
      So what? wink
    8. Voha_krim 2 November 2015 15: 21 New
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      As for me - with such an “ally” I wouldn’t go into reconnaissance!
      1. boris-1230 2 November 2015 17: 05 New
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        As for me - with such an “ally” I wouldn’t go into reconnaissance!

        And I would turn my back on them and beware! Such an “ally” for a Nuland cookie may well stick a knife in the back!
        Small bug, but smelly.
        hi
  2. sever.56 2 November 2015 12: 58 New
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    As always: - Alexander Grigoryevich wants to eat both the fish and the innocence.
    Latent blackmail of Russia by the fact that in case of refusal of Belarus in economic benefits and preferences can be traced throughout its activities. And why is it that he is the closest ally and brother, as he says, did not recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia? So the brothers do not do. In fraternal relations, self-interest should not be!
  3. Finches 2 November 2015 12: 58 New
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    But what about the allied duty ??? Or only after, God forbid, Khatyn, Belarusians remember that you have to fight against the adversary together? But there is not Ukraine, it’s true, but nationalists draw hatred towards us all from a huge barrel of shit kindly provided to them by the Anglo-Saxons !!
    1. serzh71 2 November 2015 14: 23 New
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      You fight against the adversary, you say. Even in 2010, after the presidential election in Belarus, these adversaries were given a slope (when the adversaries unsuccessfully wanted to make the Maidan in Minsk, which they later successfully did in Kiev). And we don’t need Khatyn, Belarusians do not want war, like any other people do not want war (Belarus is the most affected republic and country during the Second World War).
      As for the allied debt, Lukashenko on behalf of Belarus said that Russia is our main strategic partner and friend. And with all the confidence I’ll say that the bulk of Belarusians think as well.
      But you need to live peacefully with your neighbors, the presidents of Russia and Belarus constantly talk about this, and all issues must be resolved diplomatically (but keep the gunpowder dry).
      But we will also drive the adversaries-nationalists. They have nothing to do in Belarus. Our mentality is not like that.
      1. Finches 2 November 2015 17: 42 New
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        Will you go to war with Russia?
        1. Ziksura 2 November 2015 20: 44 New
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          Quote: Finches
          Will you go to war with Russia?

          Well, what about !!!! .... They are small and do not want war. But here you can suffer. You need to think about yourself. Here are the Russians "if what" for Belarus to die, sacred. And here we are ... Not ... We are small, we can suffer ...
  4. MIKHAN 2 November 2015 12: 59 New
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    Well, I see ... Friends are in trouble!
    The international community appreciated and supported the active and rational contribution of the republic to the settlement of the situation on the territory of Ukraine.

    Do not believe Old Man, do not believe ... At the first opportunity, they will clutch a dead grip in the throat!
  5. aszzz888 2 November 2015 12: 59 New
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    Yeah, from the principle: "Caution is not cowardice!"
  6. asbond 2 November 2015 13: 00 New
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    Old Man correctly does that distance himself from this conflict. No need to be extra lever, wheel in this cart. And so they are enough from all sides!
    1. Turkir 2 November 2015 14: 56 New
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      Old Man correctly does that distance himself from this conflict.

      Of course he does the right thing. Why the fifth wheel in the cart.
  7. Petr1 2 November 2015 13: 00 New
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    Our hut from the edge, the hut from the edge ... friendship grows with the friendship of tobacco tablets, sanctions were lifted, our hut ..
  8. Sirocco 2 November 2015 13: 00 New
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    Maybe his statement is rational in the course of recent events, But somewhere I have already met an attempt to sit on two chairs, and flirting with the EU. It seems that it has been the last 25 years in Ukraine. I hope Old Man can still add 2 + 2, and establish a causal relationship, Maidan in Ukraine.
  9. plotnikov561956 2 November 2015 13: 01 New
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    It smacks of smell from such behavior ... "sly priest .. they are good .."
  10. Same lech 2 November 2015 13: 01 New
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    But what about the allied duty ??? Or only after, God forbid, Khatyn, Belarusians remember that you have to fight against the adversary together?


    While we are strong, LUKASHENKO will sing praises to us .... how we weaken he will instantly become a pro-Western .... the truth will not live long after that ... mindful of the fate of YANUKOVICH.
  11. Victor jnnjdfy 2 November 2015 13: 06 New
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    The confrontation between Moscow and the West. Why lie? Kiev itself does not solve anything. I think Lukashenko understands this.
  12. mpzss 2 November 2015 13: 09 New
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    I respect Old Man, he does it right, otherwise the first one will suffer from amers! although, it seems to me, in any case, he will fly and must be ready for provocations and various blue revolutions!
  13. Nasty 2 November 2015 13: 09 New
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    Has he already sent anyone behind the 3rd chair?
  14. Sedoy_greek 2 November 2015 13: 10 New
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    And the hut from the edge and the priest is warm and for all the peacemaker - somehow not humanly, not comradely !!!! negative
  15. A-Sim 2 November 2015 13: 13 New
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    "... and not friend and not enemy, but - so ..."
  16. kit-kat 2 November 2015 13: 17 New
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    Here is a spineless worm!
  17. grinyow.ivan 2 November 2015 13: 21 New
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    if the Bosko’s neighbor is lousy, you can’t notice how the nits will start
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  19. Proxima 2 November 2015 13: 28 New
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    Yeah, from the principle: "Caution is not cowardice!"

    Excessive caution - this is cowardice and stupidity. The wolf is also "careful" when he does not want to jump over the red flag and gets a bullet in his head.
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    but what remains for him?
    Kiev spits in the face for us, and we squeeze hands in negotiations.
    Diplomacy by diplomacy but not humanly pleasant.
    By the way, how about the retraction of the confrontation between Beijing and Fashington.
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    “Father” began to walk his fifth point to the second chair immediately, the experience of Yanukovych did not teach anything, but after all, Kolya’s son is still far from coming of age ..
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    That's about this very attitude of father to Russia, I constantly write, and they will banyat me for it. God forbid, only hope for ourselves. We don’t have allies and "brothers" ...
  23. MIKHAN 2 November 2015 13: 34 New
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    Old Man can understand ... He is a business executive! There is no gas in the BR and he has to get out and maneuver ... But I think (I’m even sure) they will harness for Russia if that serious thing starts! hi
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      Personally, for the “Father’s” I doubt, for the Belarusians not a single gram of doubts ..
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        Quote: HAM
        Personally, for the “Father’s” I doubt, for the Belarusians not a single gram of doubts ..

        I agree! The Belarusians are still partisans and bombers ... NATO tanks just won’t pass through their territory! But I would not want to bring this up ... hi
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          I agree! The Belarusians are still partisans and bombers ... NATO tanks just won’t pass through their territory! But I would not want to bring this up ...

          Absolutely right! I want to remind some jingoistic patriots that in the 43rd, during the so-called “rail war”, so many bombings were carried out that not a single echelon of the Germans left Belarus. Only the archives were taken out by truck. The main part is stored in German Freiburg. Get access ... how much we have left ... fellow
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      Vitaly, you’re wrong! It’s not manly, as it turns out from the side of Lukashenko ... hi
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    According to Lukashenko, the world community appreciated and supported the active and rational contribution of the republic to resolving the situation on the territory of Ukraine. In addition, the Belarusian president promised that he would make maximum efforts to maintain these positions, as it is necessary to protect national interests.
    Old Man, he is in Belarus Old Man.
    The collective farm chairman has his own policy. That's just the ass he will be pinched so immediately Russia help. In the meantime, not yours not ours. fellow
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  26. roskot 2 November 2015 13: 48 New
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    Oh, he would not get confused in his own tricks.
  27. kush62 2 November 2015 13: 50 New
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    I'm sitting, caster dad. With many I agree 100%.
    But such a thought came:
    What if this is an agreed position. Type Switzerland in the 2nd World War.
  28. Saratoga833 2 November 2015 13: 55 New
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    I have always said that Lukashenko is not our enemy, but not a friend. On my own mind. With a wide ass, which he seeks to sit on two chairs. If not for our condescension to Belarus, we would have long forgotten that such an organism exists in the world. After all, he knows perfectly well that he does not shine from the West, and from Russia you can pull absolutely disinterestedly. And all the same, it craps us constantly! Why doesn’t it recognize Crimea as part of Russia, why didn’t it recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia, for what purpose did it officially authorize the broadcasting of the Ukrainian TV channel to Belarus? Why is speculating in sanctions products in trade with Russia? Why are seven Fridays in the week regarding the opening of the Russian air base in Baranovichi? Yes, even periodically pretends to be a fool.
    Yes, he is an ally to us, but with a hefty stone in his bosom, you can trust him with a very big eye. Betray can not really bother.
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      Here is the best comment ...
      Not a single serious help from Russia ... only nasty things. So, it's time to get used to the idea ... OWN- are within the state border. If in case of war they are not helpers to us, so what kind of union is this? Fiction! my respect for the Belarusians, but the Ukrainians also started ... And what did it spill over?
      Old Man -mute, and cunning ... wants to live well at our expense.
      Old Man needs to be given a list of cunning ones who have trusted the West: Sadam, Kadafi, Mubarak, Yanukovych, Gorbachev .... let him draw conclusions.
  29. lopvlad 2 November 2015 13: 57 New
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    It is extremely important for us to maintain a balance of relations with Moscow and Kiev worked out at the political and diplomatic level. In any situation, we should not be drawn into their confrontation

    there is nothing surprising in this. I have long believed that the main weights on the feet of Russia and its main problems are Ukraine and Belarus. These sub-states were separated from the Russian people by its part, which are molded by artificial separate nations of Belarusians and Ukrainians. The worst thing is that this that Ukraine that Belarus used and is using loans from Russia as well as the Russian market.

    Here it is

    In any situation, we should not be drawn into their confrontation

    relate not only to Ukraine but to the entire political and military vector of the power of Belarus.
    The funniest thing is that the Belarusian authorities have so fooled the heads of Belarusians that they believe that Belarus feeds and protects Russia.
    1. demos1111 2 November 2015 15: 09 New
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      What do you want. Here are the sayings
      "Belarusians are Russians, only with a sign of quality."
      Or what he said at the MZKT. "These poor and stupid do not create one" in the sense of their chassis under poplars and yars.
  30. ALEA IACTA EST 2 November 2015 13: 57 New
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    Lukashenko does not want to drag Belarus into confrontation, perhaps there is a sound grain in this position.
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      Then why do we need him? Since he is so smart and cunning, then he rules on a common basis on a par with the "Europeans." Our authorities played with him, so he thought life was raspberry ...
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        You Belarusians understand. That when there are a lot of grandmothers to share friends, but you are pressed into the bushes. Here is the complaint to you.
        Abkhazia, South Ossetia, you are an independent state. Like a Butch with the Nazis, you are peacekeepers. For a long time, I assure you, it will not be possible to wriggle. Ukraine has also been licked for 20 years. And what is the end? And what are you better than them? I also read comments in your social networks, there’s a lot against Moscow. The time has come to determine who you are. The enemy is building troops around us, and you are dancing here, you still don’t decide which side of the trench to climb.
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      Even more healthy grain, do not spend the budget earned by the Russians on the Fatherland projects ...
  31. Starik72 2 November 2015 14: 06 New
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    As always, Old Man and us Belarusians are blamed! Look better at yourself in the mirror, and say thanks to SHOIG AND PUPIN that the ARMY was turned into one of the best in the WORLD! The country is self-sufficient and the people live worse than in a ragged Europe. EH YOU ARE RUSSIANS! And now you can MINUS! Yours faithfully !!! OLD 72.
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      Quote: Starik72
      As always, Old Man and us Belarusians are blamed! Look better at yourself in the mirror, and say thank you SHOIGU AND PUPIN Oh you Russians! Regards !!! OLD 72.

      No one has humiliated the Belarusians. Your dad has not cleaned out the grooved sole from the deal with the Bakiev’s gang.
      And forgive who “PUPIN” is, enlighten, otherwise you haven’t heard anything about him before.
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        What printed PUPIN, I apologize just looked at a typo! And the rest I'm right! You do not see the logs in your eye, but in the ALIEN, notice the microscopic speck!
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          [quote = Starik72] Sorry I just looked at the typo! [/ quote]
          Apologies accepted. [Quote = Starik72] And the rest I'm right! You do not see the logs in your eye, but in the ALIEN, notice the microscopic speck! [/ Quote]
          [quote = Starik72]
          Alexander Grigoryevich also criticized me, they said the beggar I said, there is nothing to steal from me.
    2. skifd 2 November 2015 14: 30 New
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      I wanted to put you minus for the "spelling" of the name of our President .. Come on. Just in yours:
      Quote: Starik72
      Best regards

      I will not believe . Going to your sites I see a fairly large number of the same "horses", which is very upsetting.
      As always, Old Man and us Belarusians are blamed!
      Well, that is, look at the mirror. And here it’s not that all Belarusians would be “vilified”, only those who pour this “diarrhea” themselves .. With “disrespect” hi .
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      No one on the website of Belarusians does not vilify. We don’t need tantrums here. The bonfire of your invincible chairman is an invincible collective farm for his rural thinking in world politics. And everyone has the same opinion from all over Russia. They judge a person by business.
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        They judge a person by business.

        Does a person not want to interfere in a civil war - is it bad? It will fit in - for some it will be good, for others it will be bad. Does he need it?
        And for his people, he did a lot of good, with all his quits. He has no Serdyukovs and Chubais. hi
    4. demos1111 2 November 2015 15: 36 New
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      And why minus this is your gesture of despair. As for the standard of living in Russia and here, even to argue is stupid. Everything works for us contrary to common sense, and the same Maz and Mtz and Gomselmash should be either modernized or sold for a long time. And as a result, in 2008 they drove away the buyers and laid the factories. We rivet no one needs rubbish. I’m thinking that those tractors that stood in the open air for more than a year have not been taken by anyone, but they have already shoved tractors and mazs into collective farms by force, there’s zero money.
      What next move, and OLD 72.
      But I have nothing against the Old Man, I have fulfilled my function 100%. He is the most outstanding brake mechanism in the recent history of Belarus. After the collapse of the Republic of Belarus, it had perhaps the best potential for development from all the republics of the former USSR. And they could very well achieve independence, at the same level as Poland, but then a man appeared who left everything “as is” as in the former great and mighty.
      And Belarusians generally understand this, and turn white with anger, but the chance is missed.
      Sincerely ...
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        So write which Belarusians understand this, and turn white with malice and on whom. And answer what chance is missed.
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      And who told you that we live poorly. Europe is far from ragged, there are different values, but there are problems above the roof. I work, live, travel, go to theaters and concert halls of St. Petersburg all the time, what is the “bad”? First word appreciated? - I work!
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    But father plays his game and for his people!
    But we are also a plus, de facto in this confrontation he is our man - and his neutral position is a democratic ploy, a sort of independent arbiter on our side!
    But we all know that father himself is thinking about all these democrats and their revolutions!
  33. aibolit72 2 November 2015 14: 28 New
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    Yes, I fucking eat fish and ...
    The merchant catfish is better.
  34. Reptiloid 2 November 2015 14: 30 New
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    Old Man runs in front of several chairs at once. He sits on different chairs for a brief moment. Someday he will plop so that he’ll break his head.
  35. fax66 2 November 2015 14: 48 New
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    And such a question is “to the defenders of Belarusian neutrality and peacefulness”:
    If Kiev gets into the Crimea, will Old Man be selling their army of fuel and lubricants?
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      Will sell ... Also will give a discount
  36. mike_z 2 November 2015 14: 54 New
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    It is regrettable for us the non-interference of the Belarus brothers, but Lukashenko cares about his country and his people. About myself, too, of course, but no more than each of us. If he gets drawn into our conflict with Ukrainians, then Belarus can blaze so that the Donbass seems like child's play. There are a lot of Maydaunov in Belarus, believe me. And if it blazes there, then we will not feel good, agree. Even so I say-it will be good only to Amer and Svidomo in Ukraine. Therefore, I mean - his "non-retraction" is for now (!) On hand. And then we'll see how one blind man said.
  37. Turkir 2 November 2015 14: 59 New
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    Lukashenko cares about his country and his people

    Do not believe everything that is written on the fence.
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      Quote: Turkir
      Do not believe everything that is written on the fence.


      Yes, in general, I don’t read what is written on the fences, I just draw conclusions from observations. Belarus conflict will not pull purely economically. It’s too heavy for us, to be honest.
      And yet, by the way - both history and modernity show that we do not need to rely on anyone as allies. Our Army and Navy! And that’s it! It's time to get used to it, although it's a pity.
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      Quote: Turkir
      Do not believe everything that is written on the fence.

      From this moment in more detail, plizz ...
  38. Laim 2 November 2015 15: 25 New
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    "The world community appreciated and supported the active and rational contribution of the republic to the settlement of the situation in Ukraine"
    Oh, he would not trust today's "world community", only the Vassals have canceled part of the sanctions and the Old Man thinks that he is already in the ladies. As an ally, Old Man resembles a pickpocket thief, it seems like he swears on friendship for a century and playful pens in the Russian budget are looking for benefits.
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    1. mike_z 2 November 2015 15: 50 New
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      You bring, in my opinion! Why do you see only negative points? Also "imprisoned for Russophobia"? For example, they give me pluses, although I assess the position of the leadership of your country as balanced and useful for our country at this stage. We have the kindest attitude to Belarus and to your President. But there are moments in his behavior that we do not understand and are unacceptable - non-recognition of Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Crimea, for example. He is not unique, like any character in history. And, like everyone else, it can be criticized.
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        Mikhail Zverev. So criticize reasonably, and suggest what to do, but do not spill mud. And answer yourself, the Old Man recognizes Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Crimea as part of Russia, WHAT WILL CHANGE IN THIS WORLD.
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          Quote: Starik72
          And answer yourselfWell, the Old Man recognizes Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Crimea as part of Russia,WHAT WILL CHANGE IN THIS WORLD.


          So ё ..... darling, you still have to sit on the (H) edge of the forest spitting shells of seeds, and shake in a rattle "type of thought": "Well, I will raise (Z) opu, and TSE ???? !! Yes nna -aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ...

          You yourself are not ashamed of the obvious DAMAGE of your post? !!!!! am "Conformists", bd ..
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            Starik72


            Put a "-" and dumped ?? Miracle, we ... b, I would have been more interested in the answer .. Looks weakly "in the knees."yes

            PS:
            All your "-" are not mine. And without me, your lamentations "appreciated".
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          Yes, who am I to criticize the President of Belarus ?! This is a figurative expression. I can criticize the verses of my fellow writers, even the most eminent poets, but not politicians. But I have the right to express my critical opinion or disagreement. In addition, believe me, I respect Alexander Grigoryevich Lukashenko very precisely for his attitude to his country and I understand that if he is “picked up” (God forbid), we will get a second Ukraine at hand. With all the consequences.
          But! The world will certainly not change from Belarus’s recognition of what Russia has recognized, it’s true, but we will have more reasons to rely on our neighbor as a firm shoulder. In the meantime, the allies, as always, are the Army and Navy. I absolutely do not want to offend you, very much the other way around :)
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    3. demos1111 2 November 2015 15: 51 New
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      No, the old man, the old man did his job, it would be time for him to rest on his merits 5 years ago, but now he would be glad, but he’s afraid.
      I think Russia will give him guarantees of immunity if that.
  40. mr.vasilievich 2 November 2015 15: 59 New
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    I did not expect this from Lukashenko. His hut from the edge? Then the Nazis themselves will come to Belarus, that's for sure.
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      Then the Nazis themselves will come to Belarus,


      Take a walk on sites and forums "soured", you will discover a lot for yourself. "They already are" there. And the question is, is Old Man "necessary"? Or "stinky" to communicate? With him, it’s KAGeBe .. It somehow reminds me of a game with matches, having “friendly” NEZalEzhnost “at their side” ...
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    This is how second-class countries appear, they are not very respected, they become a burden. You can’t be a dog in the manger, if you can’t modernize and redesign your production yourself, you need to solve this issue without prejudice to the security of a friendly country. And if you take loans, please return.
  42. AdekvatNICK 2 November 2015 17: 33 New
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    I think that after lifting the sanctions, Lukashenko’s caution will be over the top.
  43. ivanych 2 November 2015 18: 54 New
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    ... you won’t go round this kolkhazan on a drunken goat, both ours and yours ... Here, beetle.
  44. Babayka 2 November 2015 19: 11 New
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    But if something with Belarus-Russia will surely protect it. They know that. A rotten policy is obtained. Conclusion, rely on yourself.
  45. avia1991 2 November 2015 19: 27 New
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    With any development of the situation, we should not be drawn into their confrontation, ”he stressed.
    Whatever to do - if only with anyone, God forbid, do not quarrel .. THIS IS THE WHOLE FATHER! Ally, fucking fucking .. And he doesn’t remember - and he probably doesn’t know! - that the "government" in dill criminally seized power! .. Ah, yes, yes: in the West they don’t think so! But Old Man doesn’t want to quarrel with the West - then it’s more difficult to make a penny, on the transit of sanctioned goods, for example ..
    In general, it’s long been clear: if a mess happens, we can hope for the majority of Belarusians. On the Old Man - more expensive. It’s better not to just count - it will be more reliable.
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    1. father says absolute freedom from allied obligations ....
    2. ... including Belarusian kiwi and oysters ...
    3. Freedom fell on the head of the Belarusian elite drunk on EBN (let the court professors of BSU believe in delirium about centuries-old Belarusian statehood). In the world, a couple of hundred peoples and autonomies have more reasons for statehood.
    4. It’s cheaper to let father go to the West ... Let him go on drooling with Poroshenko ...
  47. ODERVIT 2 November 2015 20: 40 New
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    It is not worth the "allies" to really get involved in a military confrontation, because there is no sense in them. The main thing is to get involved in the lending program. But she is not yet given much to see. Once again, rhetoric is changing. What is the first time? No, one hundred and first.
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    This ruler, there’s nothing to yank at a rude neighbor called a confectioner, he decided to stand aside. No, when a bonfire flares up, his bath will burn overnight
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    Old Man is doing the right thing. Merging in ecstasy with a corrupt oligarchic regime is dangerous for Belarus, they will surrender as soon as possible.
  50. prawdawsegda 2 November 2015 21: 54 New
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    Saddam, Gaddafi, Yanukovych also sat in two chairs. This weather vane went to the first elections promising eternal friendship with Russia. We do not need such allies, let alone friends. It is time to decide. Look for the right leader citizens of neighboring countries!
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      You forgot about Milosevic.
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      Saddam, Gaddafi


      they kept their country on their grandmothers and they honestly conducted business and were not engaged in reselling sanctions products under the guise of national ones.
      And the authorities of Belarus and Ukraine all the years of "independence" went to Moscow for interest-free loans and all kinds of discounts every year.
      Once again, in the spring, potato dad came to Moscow for two billion evergreens and Moscow again gave, like last year, “extended the Belarusian miracle”.

      Belarus, for example, has debt on external loans in relation to GDP 53%
      Russia in which the crisis and there is no economic miracle has debt on external loans in relation to GDP
      total in 25%