Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko, exhorted on Saturday European Union EU leaders to wide common sense, before having economic and trade sanctions of that bloc against ex-Soviet republic. If European people impose commercial sanctions, our country won? t be damaged, confirmed the statesman.
We will outlive, we have survived worst times, confirmed Belarus leader when commenting the possible cancellation to his country of the priorities in trade with EU. I don? t believe our trade system collapses, added the president, and expressed he has the hope common sense prevails and Europeans withdraw taking that measure.
Lukashenko was for the third time in a raw reelected last March 19, with 83 percent of the votes, in a process full of pressings and critics from United States and its European allies.