2nd Eurasian Economic Forum in Moscow
It is a virtually impossible task to achieve economic stability alone, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said at the 2nd Eurasian Economic Forum in Moscow on 24 May.
“The world has been recently living in a constant state of tension and uncertainty. This is also natural in the transition period from the old era to the new one, to which we aspire and whose name is multipolarity. Financial, pandemic, geopolitical crises are replacing each other so quickly that people simply do not have time to take a breath and lose confidence in the future,” the head of state said.
According to him, under extraordinary conditions a stable economy is always a powerful anchor. But today the economic borders of any state are so transparent and trade relations are so intertwined that it is practically an impossible task for any state to achieve economic stability on its own.
Therefore, any country is interested in joining powerful regional and international associations such as the EAEU, SCO, BRICS, and ASEAN.