Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to Moscow this Monday, September 14th, to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin, his main proponent since the start of massive demonstrations against the alleged fraud in the 9th September presidential election. from August.
“Lukashenko’s visit will take place on Monday, September 14 (…). He will meet with President Putin,” Russian Presidency spokesman Dimitri Peskov said at a press conference in Moscow.
The president’s spokesman said the two leaders have no plans to sign joint documents or hold a press conference and promised to report on the results of the meeting.
The Belarusian President’s visit to Moscow comes at a time of serious crisis in Belarus, due to massive demonstrations in protest against alleged fraud in the August 9th presidential election.