President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko and President of Russia Vladimir Putin will meet on September 9 in Moscow. The date was agreed by the heads of state during a telephone conversation on Monday. BelTA learned this from the press service of the President of Belarus.
It is reported that during the meeting, the presidents will once again discuss the union programs prepared by the governments of the two countries, as well as other topical issues of the bilateral agenda and international issues.
On the morning of August 30, Lukashenko held a number of telephone conversations, including with Russian President Putin. Their main topic was the situation in Afghanistan.
This is the fourth meeting between Lukashenka and Putin this year. The first meeting of the leaders of Belarus and Russia this year took place on February 22 in Sochi, and the second – on April 22 in Moscow, the third – on May 28 in Sochi.
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