MINSK, January 16. /TASS/. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has said that lessons should be drawn from the post-election events, as the problems should be brought up at the Belarusian People’s Assembly scheduled for February.
"I am deeply convinced that we are right. If we just analyze the events (that must be done), weep and moan about this or that instead of drawing lesions, similar events will happen again, but on a larger scale. We need to learn lessons. It is the main thing we have to do in the near future, including at the Belarusian People’s Assembly," Lukashenko said on Saturday cited by the BelTA news agency.
Lukashenko pointed out that he "has nothing," but "this country."
"I was born, has lived and will live here. My children will live here. So will yours, I’m convinced. There’s no one waiting for us anywhere," Lukashenko stated.