The vital interests of brotherly peoples count most in relations between Russia and Belarus, despite all current possible problems, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has said.
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Very typical of Mr Lukashenko, congratulating one on his birthday and not the other... Any attempts to come between the Russian leaders has proven a fool's errand long ago, just ask Obama
Mr Putin is an excellent leader, close to his people. It seems to me than restoring a strong Eastern Europe with Russia, Belarussia and Ukraine will be the best thing which could happen. Consequently, Western Europe may at last realize where her sincere friends are. This does not mean being adversaries to America but simply showing than everyone is the master in his own house and that a really sincere cooperation could start on an equal basis, for the benefit of everyone...Best Regards... Jean-Claude Meslin
In times like these one can recognise the true leaders. Holding your emotions (and tongue) in check is a sign of maturity. Not using the power you have is a sign of intelligence. Most of all, a politician who talks and thinks of the interest of the people first is a true leader.
ps. I wish we had politicians like that in Bulgaria too..
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