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Belarus leader Lukashenko meets Russian counterpart Putin in Moscow

Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko speaks during a press conference in Minsk on August 9, 2021.
Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko speaks during a press conference in Minsk on August 9, 2021. Copyright NIKOLAY PETROV / AFP
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By Galina PolonskayaEuronews
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Belarusian President Aleksander Lukashenko is meeting his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Moscow today to discuss integrating the two countries and upcoming joint military exercises.

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Belarusian President Aleksander Lukashenko is meeting his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Moscow today to discuss integrating the two countries and upcoming joint military exercises.

The get-together follows Putin and Lukashenko’s August 30 phone call, discussing the possibility of Belarus further expanding its Russian-made air defence technology.

The Union State of Russia and Belarus programme includes agreements on economic integration and deals with the energy industry. 

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Additional sources • TASS

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