MOSCOW, 17 February (BelTA) - Russian President Vladimir Putin shared his impressions of the press conference of the head of state for Belarusian and foreign media as he met with Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko in Moscow on 17 February, BelTA has learned.
"By the way, I watched your press conference yesterday. I share your positions and approaches," Vladimir Putin said.
As it was reported, Aleksandr Lukashenko met with representatives of foreign and Belarusian media in Minsk on 16 February. The meeting with journalists lasted more than three hours. Representatives of the media received answers to a variety of questions. First of all, they were interested in the opinion of the head of state on the most acute issues: the conflict in Ukraine and the positions of the parties, war and peace, the reaction of Belarus to the developing situation, the upcoming negotiations with the Russian president and, in general, the cooperation in the Union State. Some of the topics discussed were about domestic political aspects, Belarus' foreign policy.