Lukashenko plans to meet with Putin in Russia on March 11
MINSK. March 10 (Interfax) - Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko will visit Russia on Friday for a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the First Man's Pool Telegram channel, which is close to the Belarusian presidential press service, said.
"The president of Belarus will pay a working visit to the Russian Federation tomorrow. Talks with President of Russia Vladimir Putin will be held in Moscow on March 11," it said.
The two countries' leaders "will discuss key issues concerning bilateral relations, the development of union cooperation and economic cooperation in conditions of sanctions pressure," it said.
"The situation in the region and in Ukraine is on the agenda as well," the Telegram channel said.