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The Russian President talked with the colleagues from Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia

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The Russian President talked with the colleagues from Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia

the Presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko held telephone conversations. During the meeting, they discussed cooperation between the two countries in the fight against coronavirus infection and its consequences.

Putin and Lukashenko expressed his satisfaction with the finalization of the intergovernmental agreement on mutual recognition of visas. Its signing is planned for Friday, when in Minsk there will arrive the Minister for foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov.

the two Leaders noted the importance of events in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Victory in which will take part Alexander Lukashenko. According to the Kremlin, was “accentuated the special importance of this anniversary for the peoples of the two countries, keeping the sacred memory of the heroism of soldiers and toilers of the home front”.

In turn, the press Secretary of the Belarusian President Natalia Eismont said that the situation around the BGB in the course of the conversation are not affected. As BelTA informs, Lukashenka would come to the Victory parade in Moscow, together with his sons.

the head of Russia talked on the phone with the first President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev. He expressed Nazarbayev “warm words of support in connection with the disease coronavirus infection and sincere wishes for a speedy recovery.”

Another conversation Putin had a conversation with the President of Mongolia Khaltmagiin Battulga. They discussed the fight against COVID-19. The sides praised the development of bilateral relations. Khaltmagiin Battulga warmly congratulated the Russian leader with the 75th anniversary of the Victory and noted that the 24 June parade on red square was attended by the calculation of the Mongolian troops.