Putin and Lukashenko privately discuss the future of the Union State


President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko told reporters what was the topic of conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin during breakfast at a residence in Sochi.


According to the Belarusian leader, during the one-on-one conversation, the heads of state managed to discuss many issues:

We really talked about a lot, went down to the depths of gray times in our life together in one state, and discussed many historical dates and moments. And not only discussed issues, as Vladimir Vladimirovich said, of mutual interest, but which also concern many of our neighbors, former countries of the Soviet Union, policy, which is now being carried out by us, by them. They talked about a lot, reached the present and decided no longer face to face, but with those who are involved in this process, to continue our conversation.


In conclusion, Alexander Lukashenko explained that negotiations will continue in expanded format after the remaining members of the Russian delegation arrive, the plane with which due to bad weather landed in Mineralnye Vody.

The Russian delegation includes the head of the Ministry of Energy Alexander Novak, Deputy Prime Minister Aleksey Overchuk, the first deputy head of the Ministry of Economic Development Mikhail Babich, which testifies to the intention of the parties to resolve a wide range of controversial issues that have recently arisen between Russia and Belarus.
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  2. Vasil K. Offline Vasil K.
    Vasil K. (Vasil K.) 7 February 2020 22: 03
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    Union? Not funny. The neighbors are sitting for free under the nuclear umbrella of Russia, and they are not bad. To princes to whom nobody decree.
    1. Arkharov Offline Arkharov
      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 8 February 2020 09: 50
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      Vasil K.
      Neighbors sit for free under the nuclear umbrella of Russia.

      - But what, is someone from the West going to attack Belarus ?!
      1. 123 Offline 123
        123 (123) 9 February 2020 16: 12
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        - But what, is someone from the West going to attack Belarus ?!

        Not yet, because

        Neighbors sit for free under the Russian nuclear umbrella

        But for now, if anything, they will immediately remember about the "last dictator" - and that there are former Polish lands there, and again they will see the absence of democracy, and problems with human rights.
  3. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 8 February 2020 03: 23
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    Putin and Lukashenko privately discussed the future of the Union State.

    - Yes, everything is clear here ... like a day ... - Russia will now throw Belarus a couple of billion dollars ... for a living; Yes, he will make a discount in the price of Russian oil ... - and, besides any contracts, he will buy a batch of Belarusian goods ... - that’s all ...
    - Maybe this should be done ... but Lukashenka himself has long ago lit himself up ... as a "weathervane" ... - and there is no hope for him ...
    1. Arkharov Offline Arkharov
      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 8 February 2020 09: 52
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      gorenina91
      ..and there is no hope for him ...

      - And what should be the hope for him? The fact that Belarus voluntarily says goodbye to its statehood?
  4. GRF Offline GRF
    GRF 8 February 2020 08: 26
    +1
    If being in an alliance with the Russian Federation is more profitable than being part of it, then such unions are harmful and dangerous for the unity of the Russian Federation.
  5. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 8 February 2020 10: 20
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    At the reunification of China and Taiwan, China said:

    One country - two systems!

    Putin doesn't say that! He wants, as in Russia - to squeeze state enterprises "for free" and give a minimum wage of 11300 rubles! Lukashenka is doing everything right. Chubais does not give his country to plunder !!!
    1. 123 Offline 123
      123 (123) 9 February 2020 16: 28
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      Putin doesn't say that! He wants, as in Russia - to squeeze state enterprises "for free" and give a minimum wage of 11300 rubles! Lukashenka is doing everything right. Chubais does not give his country to plunder !!!

      Do you know what Putin wants? Are you so close to him? smile Why would he squeeze enterprises? I first heard from you that this, it turns out, is a battle for the preservation of socialism. laughing
      By the way, since the new year, the minimum wage in Belarus has been increased to 375 Belarusian rubles, which is 11 Russian rubles at the exchange rate. It turns out that Putin wants to raise it for them by 016 rubles. Do you at least count first, before scaring people with such "horror films". hi
  6. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 8 February 2020 11: 49
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    - The clever men from the O group are asking me questions here ... - Personally, I have already explained long ago that you shouldn't contact me personally, after the insults they inflicted on me ... - Here are the minuses that can be as much as they want ... - you don't need much mind for this ...
    - As for me personally, I began to notice for a long time that "adepts" of my rather old comments began to appear more and more often ...
    - They expound everything according to what I have previously stated ... - almost one to one ... - And earlier these "clever men" gave me a huge number of minuses for my comments, and today they are already expressing them (mine) ... - How to call them after that ... - there are simply no words ...
    - Yes, figs with these "clever guys" ... - Here is my one of those "old comments" about Belarus, "neglected to the point of impossibility":

    gorenina91 (Irina) December 8, 2019 13:38
    On the way to integration: Russia and Belarus managed to bring oil and gas positions closer
    - No matter how Lukashenko is (good or bad) .. but he holds his oligarchs in a fist and controls them ... -they don’t dare to speak against Lukashenko ...
    - But in Russia it is the other way around ...- oligarchs rule Putin ...
    - Here .., for example ... - steal trillions of rubles in any of the oligarchs in Belarus (with large state fraud ... - a scam with nano technologies, etc.) .., or plunder such a state facility as Vostochny Cosmodrome ... - These criminals would have been in prison for a long time (or maybe they were shot) ...
    - And in Russia you can commit monstrous state crimes; inflict tremendous damage on the state and ... and ... and ... and after that continue to hold responsible government posts, as if nothing had happened ... - Our oligarchs are stronger than our guarantor (the guarantor himself is an oligarch) ... - they dictate their criminal wills to him and feel completely safe ...
    - And Lukashenka ... is the "last of the Mohicans" who can punish oligarchs himself and keep them in a tight rein ...

    - And what will happen if Russia and Belarus unite ??? - Well, for Russia, in fact ... - not much will change ... - But for Belarus everything will be different ..:
    1. Immediately in Belarus, all enterprises, factories and factories are closed down ...- and all workers are driven out into the street ..;
    2. All agriculture in Belarus will suffer the same fate ...- collective farms, large joint agricultural enterprises (meat, dairy and vegetable production) will simply go broke ..;
    3. The rather mobile and professional army of Belarus will simply be disbanded and the entire officers will be out of work ..;
    4. The entire education system (schools, institutes, military schools, etc.) will undergo tremendous changes ...- most teachers will simply lose their jobs ...;
    5. The health care system will slide to the lowest level ... -Most children. gardens just shut up and lose their functions ..;
    6. Across the country (Belarus), a general redistribution of property will begin ...- All enterprises for pennies will be sold in private hands; and many citizens will lose their jobs and their homes and replenish the army of Russian homeless people and the unemployed ...
    - You can still list a lot ... -And you can just say in a nutshell ... -In Belarus, the same thing will happen that today has a place to be in Russia ....
    - Today, Belarus, though, is begging and constantly begging from Russia for benefits and loans .. but ... but ... but ... but there are enterprises, schools, kindergartens; its agriculture, defense industry, design bureau, etc.
    - But what will remain there and will be .. if .......
    1. gore Offline gore
      gore (Alexander) 9 February 2020 05: 53
      +2
      nina, you have some kind of gore in kind, if you write about everything and about nothing ...