Putin and Lukashenko to discuss situation around Ukraine and bilateral agenda — Kremlin

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Russian president Vladimir Putin and his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko will discuss the situation around Ukraine and issues of the bilateral agenda during talks in the Far East, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

“Bilateral relations,” Peskov said when asked by TASS, what will be put on the agenda of the talks between the heads of state. He also added that “of course [there will be] an exchange of views on the situation around Ukraine.”

Peskov also clarified that Putin and Lukashenko will “together take a look at the spaceport” Vostochny and discuss its further development. “This is one of our largest economic and high-tech projects,” he stressed.

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The Kremlin spokesman added that the press conference following the talks would be “at the beginning of the morning in Moscow, this is the afternoon in Blagoveshensk.”

Earlier, Peskov said that the presidents of Russia and Belarus will visit the Vostochny spaceport in the Amur region on the Cosmonautics Day, on April 12.

TASS


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