Lukashenka spoke about “hungry” Europeans and urged neighbors to “live together”

Alyaksandr Lukashenka saw “hungry” Europeans somewhere on the borders of Belarus, who “ask” to the country for buckwheat and salt.

Lukashenka urged "neighbors" to live together / photo REUTERSLukashenka urged “neighbors” to live together / photo REUTERS

Alyaksandr Lukashenka distinguished himself with a strange new statement at Easter . He urged the neighbors of Belarus to “live together” and told how the inhabitants of Poland, Lithuania and Latvia “ask” to let them into Belarus for buckwheat and salt.

It is reported by BelTA .

“Being in this cozy, my favorite temple, I would like to address not only the Belarusians. But first to our neighbors. Let’s take care of the world. This is so important now. Remember, they teased me all the time, especially the so-called oppositionists: “What is it, the people all the time if only there was no war. “And I always said: if there is a war, nothing is needed. And how relevant these requests and demands of the Belarusian people sound today: if only there was no war,” Lukashenka said.

At the same time, he called on the neighbors of Belarus to “live in harmony” and said that the inhabitants of Poland, Lithuania and Latvia “request that we let them into Belarus. At least buy buckwheat.”

“Let’s live together. I would like to ask my fellow politicians: let’s not create problems for our people, there are enough of them now. Look at what is happening with neighboring Lithuania and Latvia, the Poles. I’m not talking about Ukraine in this case. They but they were so happy, cheerful. They lived in the “impossible” world, they had everything. And where are they today? They stand along the border and ask us to let them into Belarus. At least buy buckwheat. Well, no salt. , they ask us for salt,” Lukashenko said.

And, of course, the Belarusian border guards let the “hungry” Europeans through for buckwheat and salt.

“We always treat people like a neighbour, like a human being, like a human being, as we say. And the only thing I want is for us to be treated like that,” summed up Lukashenka.

(C)UNIAN 2022

7 comments

  1. “We always treat people like a neighbour, like a human being, like a human being, as we say. And the only thing I want is for us to be treated like that,”

    Really Luka? You will swing alongside Putler once Ukraine have cleared the vermin from Ukraine.

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