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Putin and Lukashenko agreed to meet to discuss cooperation in combating sanctions


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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.

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“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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