Kremlin: Putin offered Lukashenko to unite Russia and Belarus

Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov has denied reports of some mass media that Vladimir Putin allegedly offered Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko on the Union of Russia and Belarus.

As RIA Novosti reported, according to Peskov, the talks the two leaders discussed a deepening of integration within the Union state.

He also stressed that the content of the publications in mass media of Russia based on the policy of their editorial staff, not by the authorities.

So Sands responded to the words of Lukashenko, said during a conversation with Putin that the Russian media allow unfriendly materials about Belarus.