Lukashenko: Middle East seeks to go beyond being a mere natural resource provider
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that the countries of the Middle East want to be not only a source of natural resources, but also to participate in production and economic processes.
Lukashenka’s statement was made during his participation in the plenary session of the Eurasian Economic Forum, held on May 24-24 under the slogan “Eurasian integration in a multipolar world.”
The Belarusian president also pointed out that more than 10 countries want to join the BRICS group and see the future in this group. Lukashenka expressed his criticism of the work of the UN, but stressed that there is no alternative to it.
He said: “The world is living in a state of uncertainty and uncertainty in light of the epidemic and tensions, and the population cannot quickly adapt to changes. The economy must ensure the stability of conditions and the ability to predict the future.”
Regarding the Eurasian Economic Union (Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan), Lukashenko said: “The union began with the initiative of President Vladimir Putin, who invited everyone to his home, and at that time we were talking with the former President of Ukraine Kuchma. , and we discussed integration in the post-Soviet space, and 28 documents were discussed.
The forum is timed to coincide with the meeting of the Eurasian Supreme Economic Council, which will be attended by the heads of the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union and observer states.
The forum will discuss the implementation of various projects, the Union’s international activities and the expansion of trade and economic ties.
The Eurasian Economic Union was created in early 2015 on the basis of the then-existing Customs Union between Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, and Armenia and Kyrgyzstan joined later that year.
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