Lukashenko: Belarus Copes with Sanctions Pressure from the West
According to the head of state, there are a lot of problems now, but during the sanctions there were no suspension of the tasks, and "this building is evidence of that.
Earlier, Lukashenko said that the restrictions, imposed on Belarus, affected all stages of the production process. He clarified that the sanctions affected the stages of purchase of raw materials and supplies, transportation, payments, finance, credit support and export sales. However, the Belarusian president noted that the difficulties caused by sanctions should not be a reason to panic.
Earlier, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that the level of military threats to the country "will increase in the future". In particular, pressure will be exerted through Poland, Lithuania and Latvia, as well as NATO troops, which are stationed there.