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The presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko have agreed to hold another meeting, it will be held in the near future. This was stated by the official Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, it is quoted by TASS.
“The exact date we will let you know” — said Peskov told reporters.
According to him, the parties plan to discuss bilateral relations and issues related to the activities of the Union state.
The last time the presidents met on January 29 in the Kremlin. Putin and Lukashenko discussed the tax maneuver, which carries the Russian side. The Belarusian side is trying to seek compensation, as the zeroing of duties on oil exports would increase the cost of oil to Belarusian refineries.
Those are the issues the presidents discussed at the meeting on December 25. The talks lasted four hours, but to resolve the controversy over tax maneuver did not succeed.
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