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Lukashenko-Putin meeting in Kremlin goes late into night

Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko and Russian President Vladimir Putin talked for a total of seven hours at a meeting held in the Kremlin, breaking it off for a press conference, BelTA learned from the Telegram channel Pul Pervogo.

“Yesterday's meeting between the two presidents flowed smoothly into the next day. A total of seven hours of talks. As we learned, the press conference was not the final point in the presidents' plans. They made a break after discussing the programs to talk to the media. They told the journalists what they had agreed upon and continued their conversation. They concluded the meeting after 1 a.m.,” the resource said.

According to Pul Pervogo, it was a very good conversation, and the leaders of the two countries discussed a lot of things apart from the programs.

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