Source Pravda.Ru

Belarussian Foreign Minister Mikhail Khvostov stressed Belarussian political entry to the anti-terrorist coalition in the light of the resolution passed by the UN Security Council

According to him, it means that Belarus will not provide its territory for terrorists, will not finance their activities and will participate in international negotiations on this problem. In addition, the anti-terrorist struggle is a trend in the Belarussian home policy. Belarus is also participating in anti-terrorist events within the CIS, Khvostov said. As far as the Afghan problem is concerned, it has not only a military solution, the minister believes. "There are people to be brought to responsibility. But we should not neglect the Afghan people and their problems in connection with military operations," he said.

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