Alexander Lukashenko and Vladimir Putinto: Alexander Koryakov / Kommersant
Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting with his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko. On Monday, June 29, RIA Novosti reported.
Bilateral talks will be held on Tuesday, June 30, in the course of events for the opening of Rzhev of the memorial to Soviet soldiers. This information was confirmed by press Secretary of Russian leader Dmitry Peskov.
Earlier on June 29 it was reported that Alexander Lukashenko at a private speech before the activists of the Minsk region warned that the country may lose part of its territory and return to the borders of 1921.
In Belarus on 9 August presidential election. Lukashenko, who intends to run for a sixth term, said that the country wants to organize a revolution. On 25 June he complained of foreign interference in the election campaign. According to him, the Russian Telegram-channels distribute a “terrible fake” to discredit the Belarusian authorities. He promised to discuss the situation with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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