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MINSK, December 10, 23:42 /ITAR-TASS/. Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko believes it is too early to speak about his participation in the presidential elections that will be held in the country in 2015.
“Whether people would elect me or not… It will depend on whether I take part in them. Only God knows. Time will show. A man may be quite all right today and not well tomorrow. Anything might happen.” Lukashenko said on Tuesday at a meeting with the government.
Lukashenko has been Belarus’ president since 1994. He was elected to his fourth term in office in 2011.