Presidents of Belarus and Russian Federation discussed implementation of security agreements

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko discussed with Russian colleague Vladimir Putin the implementation of agreements in the field of economics and security.

According to the press service of the head of the Belarusian state, during a telephone conversation on Wednesday, on June 12, the leaders of the two countries exchanged opinions about the situation in the region and the prospects for its development.

“also discussed economic issues and implementation of agreements in the field of economics and security reached in Minsk during the recent official visit of the Russian leader,” follows from the message.

The issues of defense and security as a whole during the conversation were discussed by the head of state in a separate block. “Another topic on the agenda is joint work and the direction of cooperation abroad, outside the Union State,” the press service noted.

Presidents of Belarus and Russia agreed on a schedule of further contacts. Alexander Lukashenko also congratulated Vladimir Putin on the Day of Russia.

According to the Kremlin press service, during a telephone conversation, the relevant issues of further development of the Russian-Belarusian relations of strategic partnership and allied, taking into account the agreements reached according to the results of negotiations at the highest level in Minsk on May 24, were discussed.

some practical aspects of interaction within the Union State are also affected, follows from the message.