Ex-NATO General Secretary Anders Fogh Rasmussen says Belarus should follow expirience of Ukraine and Georgia in determining its future.
In an interview with Polskie Radio, Rasmussen de-facto stated that Belarus, afer some reforms, would be able to exploit its geographical location (close to Russia) and play an important role in the NATO strategy to deter Russia.
The ex-NATO General Secretary further claimed that Russia’s alleged will to establish military bases in Belarus poses a threat to Europe.
He stated that Belarus is not a democratic state now, but it should move in this direction “like” Ukraine and Georgia. Rasmussen stated that it’s highly likely some opposition forces appear in the country that will force it to become “democratic”.