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08 October 2020, 18:51
Marina Lenchevskaya

Coups and revolutions are a dark page in the history of any country

Marina Lenchevskaya
Marina Lenchevskaya
Member of the National Security Commission of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus

Coups and revolutions are a dark page in the history of any country, Marina Lenchevskaya, a member of the National Security Commission of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus, told BelTA as she commented on the situation in Kyrgyzstan after the parliamentary election.

“This is the third coup in Kyrgyzstan, which, unfortunately, has already become an unpleasant tradition. Due to the coups, the country is unable to pursue steady economic development and achieve stability. Every coup leads to destructive changes, which harms the economy and the people. The people themselves are making the situation worse,” Marina Lenchevskaya said.

It is obvious that Kyrgyzstan, just like Belarus, has experienced external interference in the situation in the country, she believes. “Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia are members of the EAEU. It is alarming that such events are occurring in the EAEU member states. We clearly see external influence on the situation. We are approaching another two important political events: the elections in Moldova and Georgia. I wish these countries to follow a more optimistic scenario,” she noted.

Coups and revolutions are a dark page in the history of any country and never lay the basis for peace and development, Marina Lenchevskaya stressed. “They influence the economy and people's living standards. Seeing Kyrgyzstan's example, Belarusians should understand that it is time to stop. If we want to change something, we should do this through the evolutionary development,” she added.

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