Putin and Lukashenko agreed to meet to discuss cooperation in combating sanctions
Minsk, February 5 – The press service of the Belarusian leader said that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko agreed to set a date for a meeting in the near future, where they will discuss cooperation in combating sanctions.
“The telephone conversation between the presidents of Belarus and Russia took place on the evening of February 5. Alexander Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin discussed three groups of issues of Belarusian-Russian cooperation. The main thing on which the heads of state agreed was to determine the date of the meeting in the near future … governments,” the press service said in a statement. According to instructions issued by the presidents earlier, first in the field of import substitution and in all areas of cooperation to combat sanctions.
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