Putin and Lukashenko plan to meet in Moscow-Kremlin. The Kremlin said


The Kremlin said on Sunday that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko had agreed to meet in Moscow in the coming weeks.

Putin and Lukashenko plan to meet in Moscow-Kremlin. The Kremlin said


The two leaders have not met since anti-government protests against the disputed presidential election that led to Lukashenko's victory in Belarus.

In a phone call on Sunday, the two men agreed to strengthen ties and boost cooperation.

"It was agreed to hold a meeting in Moscow in the coming weeks," the Kremlin said in a statement.

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