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09 May 2024, 22:13

Lukashenko: USA has made a lot of errors and is now muddying the water

MINSK, 9 May (BelTA) – The United States of America has made a lot of errors and is now muddying the water. Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko made the statement in front of reporters after taking part in Victory Day festivities in Pobedy Square on 9 May, BelTA has learned.

Aleksandr Lukashenko said: “They need something. The U.S. dollar is about to crash. What will happen then? Their entire economy is built around printing these dollars. They say that a lot of money results in inflation. They don’t care. We bear the cost of this inflation. And so it is the scariest thing for them.”

This is why the United States of America also puts pressure on the European Union, which rejected U.S. dollars and introduced its own currency in the past. But China is the main competitor for the USA. In this confrontation China has teamed up with a powerful nuclear power – Russia.

The president said that he had discussed these matters with the former CIA director and former U.S. secretary of state Michael Pompeo several years before. “I told him you are crazy. ‘Why, Mr. President?’ Because you have combined your enemies into a single whole. ‘We will sort it out.’ You won’t. At least because you are late. This is why they will not sort it out. They have made a lot of errors. What can they do? They need turmoil. They need to muddy the water and catch something in this muddy water. It is their policy today,” Aleksandr Lukashenko noted.

The head of state also pointed out that the USA does not want peace in the European region, this is why the country continues supporting the conflict in Ukraine. “We want peace. We don’t want to fight. And we don’t want Ukraine to be a springboard for an invasion. Do you think it would target only Russia? There will be nothing left of us. This is why we stand together with Russia. Not only because we are allies,” the Belarusian leader stated.

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