Posted: 30.11.2021 13:06:00

Lukashenko interviewed by Rossiya Segodnya

The Head of State has been interviewed today by Rossiya Segodnya international news agency – talking to its General Director, a popular Russian journalist and TV presenter, Dmitry Kiselyov


The Rossiya Segodnya international news agency is basically involved in the coverage of Russian state policy and public life in the country to foreign audiences, and also on-the-spot coverage of events in the world. The agency unites radio broadcasting, news feeds, information portals, multimedia international press centres, production and distribution of photo content and infographics, information platforms in social networks and production of content for mobile applications. Rossiya Segodnya produces about 5,000 original information materials 24/7 – such as news feeds, radio broadcasts, and articles on information resources. The holding covers 14 information feeds in Russian, English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese and Farsi.

Ten days ago, the Press Secretary of the President, Natalya Eismont, told the Glavny. Tur YouTube channel that more than forty requests for an interview with the President of Belarus had come from foreign media, also adding that the Head of State had not spoken with major federal Russian media for a long time. “We understand this perfectly well and hear signals from [reporters] Vladimir Solovyov and Dmitry Kiselyov,” she stressed.

In her talk to the YouTube channel, Ms. Eismont announced a big interview with Aleksandr Lukashenko to the Russian federal media, explaining that it was scheduled for the end of the year, “It will be very good to talk with our Russian friends and colleagues, to sum up the results of the year which is quite good in terms of integration. We have plans, as we have owed to many [media]. Therefore, I am now setting a task for myself (there is a truly huge interest in the Presidnt) to find some time at least once a week in the President's busy schedule to satisfy this interest and organise at least a brief conversation with someone from the foreign media.”