President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko commented on his mutual relations with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. During the meeting with the Armenian ambassador, he noted the likelihood of situation, when he would "stand back-to-back with Putin and shoot back," Belta reports.
"Today people talk about Russia, that there is a need of mediators between Putin and Lukashenko. But calm down, we have brilliant relations with Vladimir Putin. Brilliant. And we'll find the time, we will meet. If there are any problems, we will solve them. We do not need any mediation, we are brothers, we have nothing to share. One time I said to him publicly - maybe there will be a time when we will have to stand back-to-back and shoot back, well, that's how the military people say," said Lukashenko.
Earlier we reported that the presidents of Ukraine and Belarus agreed to intensify the political dialogue at all levels.