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25 February 2024, 18:10

Independent observer: Poles, Belarusians should be friends

MINSK, 25 February (BelTA) – Belarus has managed to maintain order and security, an independent observer from Poland, journalist and political commentator Ronald Lasecki told BelTA.
 
“I have come to Minsk as an independent observer. I have already visited three polling stations in Minsk, studied the work of election commissions and the course of elections, and I plan to visit more polling stations. Of course, I had familiarized myself with the Constitution of Belarus and other documents in advance. Therefore, what I have seen here suggests that everything is in order. There was an opportunity to ask questions and receive clarifications,” said the observer from Poland.
 
He added: “I visited Belarus 15 years ago. Back then I toured some of the largest cities of your country - Minsk, Mogilev, Bobruisk, Brest and Grodno. I have seen now that a lot has changed, at least in Minsk; the city has become more beautiful. Many new buildings have appeared.”
 
“Based on what I have seen in Minsk these days, I have made several observations. You have order and security,” said Ronald Lasecki. “I have not seen anything that would scare me or give a reason for concern. Nothing like that. The atmosphere was calm,” he said.
 
The journalist remarked: “Another observation is a great number of nice people in Belarus. If I have any problem, I can turn to passers-by on the street, and they kindly help me and explain.”
 
“This visit to Minsk will definitely not be my last one; I want to come again and again. I want to visit a number of places, including the cities that I have been to before, and see how Belarusians live,” the Polish journalist said. “The Polish and Belarusian peoples should be friends,” he is convinced.

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