The plane of the President of Belarus landed on Friday, February 18, at the Russian airport, BelTA informs. In Moscow, where Alexander Lukashenko arrived on a working visit, he will hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin. During the meeting, the leaders of the Union State will discuss a wide range of issues, including the development of trade and economic cooperation, current security challenges in the region and joint actions to ensure the national interests of the two countries and international issues, news portals report.
The day before, the head of the Belarusian state told reporters that, together with the Russian leader, it is planned to discuss, among other things, further actions of the joint grouping of troops of the two countries.
In addition, Lukashenka told the media about a February 16 telephone conversation with Vladimir Putin, during which, according to him, the leaders "specified an action plan for Friday-Saturday, because the exercises will continue on February 19." What will be the form of these exercises, and where the heads of the allied states will be present at the exercises, "the Russian side will inform," the President of Belarus specified.
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