Putin and Lukashenko to discuss cooperation during meeting in Belarus

Dictators Lukashenko and Putin
Dictators Lukashenko and Putin

Russian dictator Vladimir Putin will travel to Belarus on an official visit, where he will meet with Alexander Lukashenko in Minsk in the evening of May 23, Putin's press secretary Dmitry Peskov announced, according to news agency Interfax.

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Putin will visit Belarus on May 23-24 at Lukashenko's invitation, the Kremlin reported.

The dictators plan to discuss "topical issues of further development of Russian-Belarusian relations of strategic partnership and alliance, the course and prospects of integration cooperation within the framework of the union state, as well as key topics on the international agenda."

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