MOSCOW, 18 June (BelTA) – Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met with his Belarusian counterpart Vladimir Makei in Moscow on 18 June. Sergey Lavrov noted that a day before he had informed the Belarusian foreign minister and the CIS member states about the outcomes of the recent Russia-U.S. summit in Geneva, BelTA has learned.
According to Russia's top diplomat, a day before Vladimir Makei and he had a ‘small' meeting to discuss the key tasks set by the presidents of the two countries. “As far as I understand, have a shared vision of how to move forward in all areas, including integration and coordination of foreign policy in today's very difficult situation in the world,” Sergey Lavrov said.
He also noted that the two foreign ministers were joined by ambassadors of the CIS states to Russia for a larger meeting that was held on the same day. “We discussed key issues, outlined our assessments of the summit between Presidents Putin and Biden that took place the day before yesterday in Geneva,” the Russian foreign minister said.