MINSK, 12 September (BelTA) – Belarus' initiative on resuming international dialogue gains momentum amid disagreements between key global players regarding armament control, Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he received credentials of foreign ambassadors on 12 September, BelTA informs.
“Disagreements between key global players regarding armament control once again strengthen the need to develop new approaches to ensuring international and regional security and make Belarus' initiative on resuming a corresponding international dialogue even more necessary,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said.
He remarked that Belarus' initiatives on keeping peace and stability in the region are well known to everybody. In his words, the country is always ready to become a venue for the resolution of global conflicts and to host large-scale international forums on security.
“In the future we will encourage big and small countries to take efficient measures for the enhancement of trust and economic stability,” the head of state emphasized.