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Kremlin says Lukashenko, Putin will meet on 13 and 15 February

President 11.02.2019 | 16:35
Alexander Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin. An archive photo
Alexander Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin. An archive photo

MOSCOW, 11 February (BelTA) – The Kremlin announced two meetings to Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko and Russia President Vladimir Putin on 13 and 15 February, BelTA learned from the press service of the Russian president.

“On 13 February Sochi will host a meeting of Russia President Vladimir Putin and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko who will pay a working visit to Russia,” the press release of the press service reads. The talks will focus on the key issues of the bilateral agenda and the development prospects of integration processes on the Eurasian space.

“In view of the constructive development of the Russian-Belarusian cultural and humanitarian interaction the presidents of Russia and Belarus will meet with the ministers of education, culture and sport of the two countries on 15 February. They will discuss concrete proposals regarding the further enhancement of cooperation in these crucial aspects,” the representative of the Kremlin added.

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