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3 Apr 2017

Putin: No disputable issues in Belarus-Russia relations any more

Putin: No disputable issues in Belarus-Russia relations any more

SAINT PETERSBURG, 3 April (BelTA) - There are no disputable issues in the Belarusian-Russian relations any more, Russian President Vladimir Putin said after his meeting with Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko on 3 April, BelTA has learned.

“There are no more matters of argument today. We will move further, strengthen our relations within the Union State and work on improving the legal framework and the development of the Eurasian Economic Union,” the President of Russia stressed.

Putin: No disputable issues in Belarus-Russia relations any moreHe said that the parties found the ways to regulate oil and gas issues. The two leaders paid much attention to bilateral relations in the financial sector, concrete branches of economy, including high technology sectors. The parties also discussed the ways to expand cooperation in space.

Putin: No disputable issues in Belarus-Russia relations any moreAlexander Lukashenko, for his part, thanked the Russian leader that, despite the recent events, the parties found time to sit down at the negotiating table. “Despite this problem, you did hold these negotiations. Of course, it is not good that the presidents had to deal with the matters of the kind. But this is life and nothing can be done about it,” he added.

“We have no unsettled issues for today. Moreover, we even took a look into the future of our economies. We have settled all these issues. I think that within the next ten days our governments will formalize all the decisions and place our economies into a normal mode of operation,” Alexander Lukashenko added.

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