Telephone conversation with Russia President Vladimir Putin
Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a telephone conversation on 19 June.
The conversation focused on three main topics. The first one was the pandemic. The heads of state discussed in detail the situation with the coronavirus in Russia and Belarus, its development and ways of counteraction. Vladimir Putin spoke in particular about the new medication developed in Russia based on Japanese medicines. This is a brand new drug and, as was noted, it is effective and works well. In this regard, Vladimir Putin suggested using this drug in Belarus, if necessary. According to the Belarusian president, the drug will be purchased in the necessary amount and used for treatment.
The second topic was the parade, which will be held in Moscow next week. Vladimir Putin invited his Belarusian counterpart and his sons to attend the parade in Moscow on 24 June.
The third important topic was the situation in the economy. The heads of state discussed future prospects and contacts. The presidents agreed to meet and discuss the issues that are on the agenda today.