Lukashenko, Putin agreed on new meeting
The presidents of Belarus and Russia, Aleksandr Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin, agreed on a new meeting during their telephone conversation, BelTA reports with reference to the Belarusian leader’s press service
“The main thing that the heads of state agreed on is to determine the date of their meeting in the near future," the press service noted.
The meeting will be primarily focused on the progress in the implementation by the two governments of the instructions given by the presidents earlier – mainly, in the field of import substitution and in all areas of anti-sanctions co-operation.
Relevant issues will also be discussed before the meeting of the Supreme State Council of the Union State which is supposed to take place in April-May. "Before that, the entire range of topical issues will be discussed and clarified by the heads of state during the upcoming meeting," the press service noted.