'Union State' between Russia and Belarus

2023-04-08 10:28:54 | Last Update : 2023-04-08 10:42:31

Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. Stating that the "Union State" was signed between the two countries, Putin said that Russia and Belarus are expanding their cooperation in terms of defense and security. Lukashenko also responded to the reactions of the French President Emanuel Macron about placing nuclear weapons in Belarus.

'Union State' between Russia and Belarus
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The "Union State" agreement was signed between Russia and Belarus. In this context, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko met. Two president met at the Kremlin Palace in Moscow, the capital of Russia.

According to the news of Ihlas News Agency, before the meeting, where the implementation of the agreement and multi-faceted issues were discussed. "Russia and Belarus are expanding their cooperation in terms of defense and security. This is of course done in the interests of our countries and peoples. This is really important considering today's international conditions. In this context, today's meeting is great importance to start the preparations for the Security Concept of the Union State," said Putin.


Lukashenko, who took the floor after Putin, responded to the words of French President Emanuel Macron regarding Russia's decision to place nuclear weapons in Belarus, "No country should place nuclear weapons on the territory of another country". Aleksandr Lukashenko said, "I agree with him. That's why the Americans need to remove their nuclear weapons from all six countries where they have placed them. I am quite radical about this. I believe that we need to gather all nuclear weapons and destroy them. This is the solution. Like our well-known friend (Emmanuel Macron), they are all experts in chattering."

(ıhlas News Agency)

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