Opinion: Belarus’ President always advocated multipolar world
The President of Belarus, Aleksandr Lukashenko, has always advocated a multipolar world, while the collective West tried to turn the country into an ‘anti-Russia’, to which Belarusians absolutely did not agree – as stated by the Chairman of the Belarusian State TV and Radio Company, Ivan Eismont, in his talk with the Belarus 1 TV channel
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Mr. Eismont drew attention to what the West had turned Belarus’ neighbouring countries, “The President has always advocated multipolarity, extended his hand to the West, offered to be friends with all. In reality, the West wanted to build an ‘anti-Russia’ out of Belarus, which we absolutely did not agree to. We can see the result of that policy on the example of some of our neighbours. The Baltic States are called ‘Baltic extinctions’ because of the ‘merits’ of the authorities of these three former republics of the Soviet Union. Ukraine has practically ceased to exist in its normal form, and Poland has been transformed into a showcase. We have talked about it many times.”
The expert explained that the European Union had invested huge funds in the development of Poland so that other states can see how good it is in a company of the countries of the collective West.
“[Money] is running out, Poles are beginning to express discontent. Reparations are being discussed now, and money is demanded from Germans. Charity payments come to an end sooner or later, although they, of course, have rebuilt the economy. There were many opponents of the unification of Belarus and Russia. Not so long ago, the President said a bright phrase, and everyone is quoting it at present: ‘we will stand back to back and defend ourselves’,” Mr. Eismont added.