Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko had a telephone conversation with Russia President Vladimir Putin on 2 October.
The presidents focused on a wide range of international issues, including the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh.
In connection with existing European issues Aleksandr Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin discussed the situation in Belarus and Russia and shared detailed information about the state of affairs in the two countries.
The two leaders also drew attention to the situation with the COVID-19 spread and expressed concerns over the increase in the number of cases.
The presidents discussed further efforts to normalize air, railway and automobile transportation between the two countries.
Aleksandr Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin also drew attention to the analysis of the joint army exercise Slavyanskoye Bratstvo 2020 [Slavonic Brotherhood].
Apart from that, the heads of state discussed the results of the 7th Forum of Regions of Belarus and Russia, emphasized a crucial role of direct contacts between regional authorities and enterprises in bilateral relations. They also expressed confidence that this joint work will have a positive impact on the citizens of the two countries.