Lukashenko called Putin a brother

I can say that Vladimir Putin considers me more than a friend, we are brothers. But seriously, do you know what is in common what? We, in my opinion, have now clearly manifested this, we see the world in the main directions, the main problems are the same. We see this world with the same eyes. Alexander Lukashenko

According to Lukashenko, & nbsp; & nbsp; we & nbsp; can digest all this in & nbsp; head, twist, twirl, we & nbsp; can sometimes draw not & nbsp; absolutely identical conclusions from & nbsp; from & nbsp; we & nbsp; there may be actions that are different from each other, but our eyes see this world in the same way. And & nbsp; we & nbsp; really consider some things very deeply, and & nbsp; I see that & nbsp; we & nbsp; look with our eyes at & nbsp; these things, & nbsp; we have a very good relationship & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; noted the Belarusian president.

He also stressed that after the presidential elections in Belarus last year, the Russian colleague acted not just as an ally, but as a real friend.

Earlier, Putin said that & nbsp; Russia will continue to provide assistance to the brotherly people of Belarus in & nbsp; conditions of incessant pressure and & nbsp; persistent attempts from the outside to shake the situation in the & nbsp; republic. In addition, Moscow will develop multifaceted relations with & nbsp; Minsk and & nbsp; continue building the Union State.