the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko will hold talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on 24 June in Moscow where he is planning to come to participate in the Victory parade.

As told the press Secretary of the President of Belarus Natalia Eismont, during a telephone conversation Lukashenko and Putin spoke about the economic situation of the countries.

“[Lukashenko and Putin] we Agreed to meet and discuss the current issues on the agenda. That is, to continue the conversation in Moscow”, – quotes Eismont Agency “BelTA”.

in addition, the press Secretary confirmed that Lukashenko accepted Putin’s invitation to attend the Victory parade. According to her, the President of Belarus will take part in the parade with his family.

“it will be In the stands with his sons,” said Eismont.

Earlier it was reported that the military parade on red square in Moscow, will be attended by representatives of 12 countries including the military from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Moldova, Mongolia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

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