MOSCOW, July 14th. / TASS /. The multi-vector policy of Belarus should not call into question the political and defense agreements with Russia and with other allies in the Organization of the Collective Security Treaty (CSTO) and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), Dmitry Mezentsev, State Secretary of the Russian Federation. The Belarusian state said on Wednesday in a television interview with the Rossiya-24 channel.
“There has been a concept of multi-vectorism for a long time. I think it is still on the agenda. It is a different matter if the multi-vector concept can jeopardize or call into question one of the Russian-Belarusian agreements, we have to talk to each other.” our partners very open and open about it. If we know that the export-oriented model of the Belarusian economy undoubtedly requires a wide range of exports, if the multi-vector policy is seen as a factor supporting such policy, it would which the political and defense agreements with Russia and other allies within the CSTO and do not endanger the EAEU, then we wish you success. But the dialogue, and a multi-vector dialogue, is always a dialogue with partners, not with oneself. “
“The situation Belarus finds itself in requires more support from Russia. President Vladimir Putin’s meeting with his counterpart Alexander Lukashenko yesterday at the Konstantinovsky Palace (Konstantin) only proves it,” he added.