Belarusian President Lukashenko declared a systemic crisis in international relations
YEREVAN, 23 November – RIA Novosti. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said that at the moment there is a systemic crisis in international relations, the military-political situation in Eurasia is getting worse.
“Belarus takes over the presidency of the Collective Security Treaty Organization during a systemic crisis in international relations. There is an unprecedented aggravation of the military-political situation on the Eurasian continent, there is more polarization in approaches to the problem of a new world order, ” Lukashenka said at the CSTO summit in Yerevan .
According to him, “Western countries are persistently trying to return to a unipolar world order, imposing their own rules of the game, and dictating power and imposing sanctions on ‘recalcitrant’ countries instead of international legal norms.” “What is the value of the continued pressure of sanctions against Belarus and Russia?
He added that the current crisis in the international and regional security architecture is directly reflected in the CSTO, which is “exposed to various challenges and threats, both of a transnational nature and related to interstate contradictions.”
Lukashenka said these are modern geopolitical realities that the CSTO is forced to exist within and must respond to, both domestically and internationally.
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