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MINSK, October 6. /TASS/. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said Tuesday that Belarusians have to stand fast in conditions when the world is being repartitioned.
"Repartitioning of the world has started, and in this situation we need to gain wisdom and patience to hold out. We have to keep the country," Lukashenko said.
"The country that holds the monopoly in possessing the world is the most powerful both in the economy and in the military aspect," he said. "It wants to keep the world like it is, prevent multipolarity."
Lukashenko said Belarus is a supporter of a multipolar world order.
"A monopolar world on one prop is unstable, it can collapse at any moment," the Belarusian president said. "An additional prop is required. The Soviet Union was such an additional prop, it countered the United States, and they balanced each other."