'Really, Mr. Ischinger (Wolfgang Ischinger, the Chairman of the Munich Security Conference) and his secretariat offered to hold the meeting of the so-called core group of the Munich Security Conference in October in Belarus', Makei said.
The minister emphasized that today Belarus is a place where people from different conflicting regions can be gathered.
'I am sure: these meetings, if it takes place in Belarus, will also contribute to the easing of the tension, the confrontation that unfortunately present in our region', he noted.
Makei explained that the meeting of the core group of the Munich Security Conference is the gathering of the directors, politicians, political figures and state figures in the closed format.
'About 70-80 people who gather discuss the current, hotwired issues', he added.
Earlier Aleksandr Lukashenko, the President of Belarus claimed many times about the necessity to begin the process that can be called 'Helsinki-2'.