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Belarusian President Lukashenko congratulated the people of Slovakia on the founding day of the country.

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Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko addressed the people of Slovakia. President Erdogan congratulated the Republic Day and wished them a bright future and prosperity, according to the press service of the Presidency.

The politician recalled that Minsk and Bratislava managed to maintain strong friendly relations, despite the “political ambitions” of some states. According to Lukashenka, Belarus and Slovakia are similar in their attitudes towards the principles of trust and respect.

“I believe that our citizens will certainly find ways to maintain sustainable contacts that will lay a solid foundation for deepening cooperation between the two countries.” The president added.

Recall that Slovakia gained its independence on January 1, 1993. Before that, it was part of the Czechoslovak Federal Republic.

Source: Riafan

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