Putin and Lukashenko discussed “special operation” in Ukraine

Alexander Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin

Alexander Lukashenko once again expressed support for the actions of the Russian Federation, the Kremlin noted.

Presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko had a telephone conversation on Friday, April 1. This is reported on site The Kremlin.

Putin told Lukashenka about the progress of the “special military operation” in Ukraine.

“Vladimir Putin informed about the course of the “special military operation” to protect Donbass and gave an assessment of the ongoing negotiations between Russian and Ukrainian representatives. Alexander Lukashenko again expressed support for the actions of the Russian Federation,” the message says.

Also during the conversation, bilateral relations and the “deepening of integration” of the Russian Federation and Belarus were discussed.

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Previously Australia imposed sanctions against Lukashenka and his family for “strategic support for Russia and its armed forces in an attack on the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.”

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