Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko at a meeting on September 14 in Sochi will discuss key issues of further development of bilateral relations, strategic partnership and alliance, according to the Kremlin's official website.
It is noted that the leaders of the states will pay special attention to the implementation of joint projects in the trade, economic and energy sectors, as well as in the field of culture. In addition, the agenda includes a discussion of integration within the Union State.
Earlier Lukashenka said that at the upcoming meeting with Putin he intends to put a “fat point” in the implementation of the agreements of the two countries' prime ministers.
The spokesman for the Russian president said earlier that the heads of the two states would discuss a number of economic issues, including the restructuring of the state debt of Belarus to the Russian Federation.