Putin Holds Talks with Lukashenko in Sochi: Accusations of ‘Taking Volunteers from North Korea’ Deemed Nonsense

Russian President Vladimir Putin Holds Talks with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in Sochi

Russian President Vladimir Putin holds talks in Sochi with his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko, who is on a working visit to Russia.

Accusations of “Taking Volunteers from North Korea” Denied by Putin

Putin called accusations of “taking volunteers from North Korea” to participate in a Russian special operation “nonsense.”

– Putin on Washington’s statements regarding Ukraine and the United States “one day they will dance tango”: the United States itself does not know how to dance, it communicates only in the language of weapons and threats.

Seventh Meeting Between Putin and Lukashenko This Year

Lukashenko arrived in Russia yesterday, Thursday, on a planned visit to conduct bilateral negotiations with Putin.

It should be noted that the two leaders are in regular contact and this meeting is the seventh this year.

The previous six meetings also took place in Russia, the last of which took place at the end of July last year at the Konstantinovsky Palace in St. Petersburg.

As the Belarusian side reported, the main topics that the leaders of the two countries will discuss, in addition to economic issues and bilateral cooperation, are international and regional issues.

Close Coordination and Exchange of Views Between Allies

Earlier, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the meeting represented “a close observation of the coordination between the two closest allies and the exchange of views.”

Source: RT

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