On these questions responsible editor in chief "Nasha Niva"Andrei Dynko
Tsigankov: "Recently the current visit of Vladimir Putin to Minsk politicians and experts were divided into two groups. Some worry that the arrival of Russian President carries some risk of Belarusian statehood, may mean coming to the Belarusian political and energy independence. Others they say that nothing wrong can not happen because it had no reason to. What is your position? "
Dynko: "Bad luck always comes suddenly. Predict dangerous state in the country where there is no projected municipal institutions, very hard. Much threat comes from that the Belarusian statehood reinforcements institutions, not culture, not a civilian society, but just only mode, knotted at 1 person. Until all the threads lead to one person, it is clear who to contact for those who wish to select this independence.
On the other hand, what we can do to prevent such danger? And then no miracle formulas not. Threat to independence will be up to that time, while in Belarus is not enough people will read Belarusian, until people do not buy books and newspapers, until there is no democracy in the country, and security forces are confused on what country they are working. "
Tsigankov: "But if we start from such a pretty maksymalistskih approaches, the threat to independence is always really, since there are no perfect country, state communities, where there would be no gaps where all would read books .."
Dynko: "It’s not quite so. None of the states of Central and Eastern European countries that joined the EU and NATO, nothing will happen. Threat to us comes directly from those agreements that have been signed with Russia in the 90s — a" union " "society," "union state." These documents brought legitimate ground under the liquidation of the Belarusian statehood, which may occur at any moment, as long as they have. Belarus How come out of these agreements, and join the family of European nations, then it will be immediately under defensive umbrella. "
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