Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the successful work of Moscow and Minsk in various fields, including economic and security issues.
“It is particularly gratifying to see the results of our work in the economic sphere,” Vladimir Putin said.
Alexander Lukashenko also positively assessed the economic cooperation between the two countries.
“You were right then, citing agriculture as an example: they scared us with hunger, cold, etc. And what? Today there is nowhere to put the bread in Russia. When was it? – he said.
During a visit to Tula on April 4, Vladimir Putin recalled the risk taken by the country by banning the import of foodstuffs from hostile countries.
“But in the end, domestic products have entered our market, which are also of higher quality than Western products,” he said.
The meeting between Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko takes place on April 5 in the Kremlin. The President of Belarus has arrived in Russia for a working visit and will spend two days in Moscow. Heads of state will talk about import substitution, deepening cooperation, developing high-tech industries and security.
Putin’s post noted the successful work with Belarus in the economy and security