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24 April 2024, 15:44

Lukashenko urges West to learn from China’s example of integration into new world order

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MINSK, 24 April (BelTA) – If it wants to remain part of the new world order, the West should learn from China’s example. Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko made the statement in his speech at a session of the 7th Belarusian People’s Congress on 24 April, BelTA has learned.

The head of state pointed out: “If it wants to remain part of the new world order as a center of power, the West should learn from Ancient China. The community with a shared future for mankind is an example of unity of nations without detriment to national cultures, ideologies, and sovereignties. Without suppression and the feeling of supremacy. Without saber rattling. With the power of wisdom and intellect.”

According to the president, the draft of the fair world system suggested by China is viable. Moreover, Belarusians feel affinity to it.

“America cannot agree with China becoming the world’s top economy. It tries to speak from a position of strength out of habit. It has suggested support for peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait if China stops supporting the Russian defense industry. The USA has started a conflict, escalated it only to step in as a ‘peacemaker’. Blackmail is a weak argument. But China should have responded and has responded to it with a strong stance. I quote: don’t interfere, don’t make problems, and don’t cross a dangerous line,” Aleksandr Lukashenko recalled.

“This statement by the Chinese, who are calm and are in no rush, means a great deal,” the head of state stressed.

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