Aleksandr Lukashenko, President of the Republic of Belarus, and Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, held talks in Sochi.
The leaders of the two CSTO Member States discussed international relations, including security issues and relations with the DPRK.
Aleksandr Lukashenko noted that the officials of both countries had done a good job fulfilling the instructions of the heads of state on integration cooperation.
Vladimir Putin agreed with his counterpart and stressed that the main problem of international relations was the US actions. Therefore, according to the Russian President, most countries are working together with Moscow to create a multipolar world.
As you may recall, the previous meeting between Lukashenko and Putin was held on July 23 in Strelna. They discussed external threats “along the perimeter” of the countries and the development of the Union State.