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Tomorrow, Putin and Lukashenko will hold talks in Moscow to discuss common challenges

The Kremlin's press office announced today, Wednesday, that Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko will hold talks in Moscow on Thursday.

The Kremlin made it clear, according to the Russian (TASS) news agency, that the two presidents might raise issues related to developing the strategic partnership between the two countries more.


The press office of the Belarusian president stated that the talks will include a joint response to the current challenges and threats, an exchange of views on international problems and the situation in the region, and it is also expected to discuss cooperation in combating the Corona virus and to take more steps to restore full communications in the field of transport.