The Polish-Belarusian relations should be based on the principles of mutual respect, non-interference and also mutually beneficial cooperation and friendship of Slavic peoples, reads a message of congratulations from Chairman of the Polska Patriotyczna party, Chairman of the Presidium of the National Council Pawel Zieminski to Aleksandr Lukashenko on the occasion of his victory in the presidential election, BelTA has learned.
“We address you the sincerest congratulations on your victory and re-election to the post of the President of the Republic of Belarus by the overwhelming majority of Belarusian people, with the turnout being very high. We convey you congratulations on behalf of the Polska Patriotyczna party. They, as we know, are shared by a huge number of Poles who have a warm regard for Belarus and brotherly Belarusian people. The policy and personal approach of the president, who is committed to the sovereignty of the state, international law and right of peoples to self-determination and independent domestic and foreign policy and own path of development towards the prosperity of the society, have long enjoyed respect of Poles,” the message reads.
“You demonstrated courage and responsibility as you resisted the use of the pandemic in global manipulations of people and entire nations, as you confronted the cynical use of the pandemic for economic and political gains. Such a position deserves admiration). This makes us believe that domestic and sovereign relations are still possible and should serve as an example for other leaders and nations,” Pawel Zieminski said.
“Despite the ‘media noise” directed against you and the attempts of the Polish authorities to influence the international affairs of Belarus, which many Poles do not support, the Polish-Belarusian relations should be based on the principles of mutual respect, non-interference and also mutually beneficial cooperation and friendship of Slavic peoples,” the head of the Polish party said.