MINSK, 7 January (BelTA) – Belarus will be able to overcome all the hard times, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said during the Christmas church service at the Holy Spirit Cathedral in Minsk on 7 January, BelTA informs.
“We will overcome all the difficulties. More so that they are not catastrophic for our state,” the head of state said. The President stressed that Belarus will continue its social policy aimed at helping and supporting all those who need it. “We will help the people who are really in need. Those who can work but do not do this please take no offence. We will make you work,” Alexander Lukashenko said.
In his words, primary attention will be given to children and seniors. “We will stick to the path we have chosen, protecting and supporting our people,” the head of state assured.
Alexander Lukashenko also stressed that Belarus will continue its well-balanced peaceful policy. The President added: “We will not give away our land. This is our soil and it is for our people, our children.”
Congratulating everyone on Christmas, Alexander Lukashenko emphasized the importance of these sacred days such as the Nativity of Christ and the Resurrection of Christ. A long side with other important national days, it is a treasury of morality. “We will stay united around our sanctities, both material and spiritual, in order to maintain our unity,” the President said.More about President