Posted: 03.07.2022 01:44:00

Lukashenko: the world as we know it will cease to exist today or tomorrow

The world as we know it will cease to exist today or tomorrow– as stated by Aleksandr Lukashenko during his speech at a solemn meeting in the Palace of the Republic dedicated to Independence Day


Commenting on the geopolitical situation, the Head of State stressed, “We will manage, we will endure, we will survive, we will cope, as we have managed so far. However, I ask you to take into account, dear Belarusians, that the world that was on a planetary scale yesterday will not exist either today or tomorrow.”

The Belarusian leader explained what processes are currently taking place in the international arena, “The main thing is that new powerful players have appeared on the international arena, and they do not agree with the unipolar structure of this world. They want multipolarity. China, India and Russia stand for a multipolar world. Meanwhile, the Americans do not need it, they want a unipolar one, because there they rule through the US Dollar. By printing these Dollars, they create the most powerful weapons. They have already brought these weapons into space, and they want to rule the whole world.”

The President of Belarus added that the US has already begun to create a NATO-like organisation in the Pacific, “Against who? Against the one who today rose to their level: against China. The Americans want to dominate, they want to keep the world within its former limits. They start to bomb anyone who raises their head. The reason is in the emergence of new relations in the world, in multipolarity.”

The Belarusian Head of State also added that today the struggle is not only for the European part of the post-Soviet space, but also for the Central Asian part, particularly, for Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Yesterday’s events in Uzbekistan confirm the warning that the Belarusian leader voiced back in January.

“They began to destabilise the situation in Uzbekistan, and today they are already declaring that foreigners have had a hand in it. They will not leave Kazakhstan either. Central Asia, like us, found itself between two fires: on the one hand, Europeans and Americans, and on the other, China, which greatly helps them to survive. This fight will be in Central Asia in the near future. The symptoms have already become apparent.”

Aleksandr Lukashenko summed up, “The world is crazy. I told you this at the beginning of the pandemic: the world will be divided. It’s been more than two years and that’s what’s happening now.”