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14 October 2022, 10:28

Lukashenko dissatisfied with lack of mutual support in CIS

ASTANA, 14 October (BelTA) – At the CIS summit in Astana on 14 October Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko pointed to the lack of mutual support in the CIS in some instances, BelTA has learned.

“Unfortunately, I have to acknowledge the absence of mutual support in a number of cases,” the head of state noted. He drew attention to the fact that principled positions of some countries still hinder effective joint response to the Western sanctions.

Aleksandr Lukashenko also noted that many interethnic and territorial disputes remain unresolved in the post-Soviet space. This matter was also discussed at the summit. “These are the disputes that the Soviet Union could not or did not have time to resolve. Today, external players are making incredible efforts to turn every, even the most insignificant, dispute into a heated confrontation,” the president said.

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