MINSK, 6 November (BelTA) – Belarus, located between the two largest centers of power, is absolutely uninterested in conflicts, either hot or frozen, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said at a meeting with a group of U.S. analysts on 6 November, BelTA has learned.
“You, foreign policy experts, do not need explanations in what risks any military confrontation between the West and the East can bring about. Our country is absolutely not interested in conflicts, either hot or frozen, be it a neighboring country or our own territory,” the Belarusian leader stressed.
He emphasized that the military doctrine of Belarus is of an exclusively defensive nature: “I have repeatedly said that our country will never be a threat to neighbors.”
Alexander Lukashenko also mentioned that Belarus is in a military alliance with Russia, the relations of which have recently worsened with the West. “Nevertheless, no bases of other states have been set up in Belarus yet,” the president said.More about President