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27 Sep 2015

Lukashenko: If we do not stop bloodshed in Europe, it will be “hot” in the entire civilized world

NEW YORK, 27 September (BelTA) – If we do not stop the bloodshed in Europe, it will be “hot” in the entire civilized world, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said as he spoke at the plenary meeting of the 2015 UN Sustainable Development Summit on 27 September, BelTA has learned.

Alexander Lukashenko mentioned the Ukrainian crisis. “If we do not stop the bloodshed in Europe, this fratricidal slaughter, allow the escalation of this conflict, it will be “hot” in the entire civilized world. We will make another step toward global conflict, and perhaps toward another world war, this time in the center of the civilized and advanced world,” said the Belarusian leader.

Lukashenko: If we do not stop bloodshed in Europe, it will be “hot” in the entire civilized world“Having entered a new millennium did not we understand how fragile this world and human civilization is?” the President said addressing global leaders at the UN summit.

Alexander Lukashenko noted that he wanted the great of this world to understand one thing. “It is obvious that today there is no power that can stop you. All of you, however, are religious and many of you even pray in the public. The Lord sees everything and he is truthful. What if he gets angry and punish the guilty? Your people will innocently suffer because of your ventures,” said the President of Belarus.

“I think it is high time you stopped. We need to help people from poor countries to get clothes, treatment and education. Feed the hungry, save children from death and you will be rewarded for that,” Alexander Lukashenko stressed.

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