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09 May 2024, 20:53

Belarus now stronger due to external challenges, pressure

MINSK, 9 May (BelTA) – External challenges and attempts to put pressure on the country have resulted in stronger Belarus. Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko made the statement during the ceremony held on 9 May to lay wreaths and flowers at the Victory Monument as part of the patriotic campaign “Belarus remembers!”, BelTA has learned.

“Manipulations are futile if people have brains of their own. External challenges and attempts to put pressure on our country have resulted in stronger Belarus. We will do everything to discourage thinking about testing it in practice,” the president stressed.

“With the deepest gratitude we bow to the courage and tenacity of all those, who paid with their lives for the freedom of future generations, for our freedom and yours. And at the same time we say an emphatic no to those, who try to cancel out the pages of history written in blood,” the head of state stated.

Aleksandr Lukashenko addressed veterans with words of gratitude: “You have taught an unforgettable lesson to all the consequent generations. A lesson of valor, patriotism, love of freedom, and the strength of spirit. I bow low to those of you, who live, and those, who are no longer with us, for this unprecedented heroic deed, valor, courage, and faithful service to the Fatherland.”

“I wish strong health, long years, and prosperity to our esteemed veterans and happiness, peace, and wellbeing to every Belarusian family. I congratulate everyone on the holiday! Happy Great Victory Day!” the head of state said in conclusion.

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