MOSCOW, 6 April (BelTA) – The presidents of Belarus and Russia took decisions on all the talking points during their negotiations on the eve of the meeting of the Supreme State Council of the Union State, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko told reporters as he arrived in the Kremlin, BelTA has learned.
A reminder, the talks lasted for more than six hours and concluded at 2:15 on 6 April. The heads of state discussed the matters that were outside the agenda of the Supreme State Council meeting.
Aleksandr Lukashenko mentioned the outcomes of the talks another time at the beginning of the Supreme State Council meeting. “Dear friends, you know that Vladimir Vladimirovich and I held very important talks yesterday. We discussed some sensitive matters, as journalists say. There are always matters like this. We paid more attention to security issues, the development of the military industry and the defense of the Union State,” he said.
“Those negotiations were fruitful. We came to terms on all issues, and there were more than a dozen of them. Of course, we cannot go into detail. But I believe that you will hear and see everything in the near future,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said.
“As far as the Supreme State Council meeting is concerned, it is more focused on social and economic matters,” the head of state added.