Alexander Lukashenko said that Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has misinterpreted his remarks on the recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, "the Russian counterpart in bad faith and dishonestly pulls out some things."
As quoted Lukashenko "Interfax", Medvedev failed to prove the second part, "I said, that's not a problem for Belarus to recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia. But I have him listed all the problems in this regard arise from Belarus from the European Union, the United States, the CIS. "
On He said, Belarus two months working on it, isolate a dozen problems. And then he turned to Medvedev: Russia ready to take on these challenges and help them to overcome?
However, the Russian government was not able to go to the elimination of the consequences that could arise for Belarus in recognition of the republics. "That's what Medvedev did not say. And if you are not ready, then do not happen that we have discussed. This conversation was. Instead of that, that Lukashenko solemnly promised, but did not. "
He added that nowhere solemnly promised nothing, because nobody will hear. He also expressed regret that "the leadership of Russia is such a habit: after the decimal point is not to say that on."