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President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko will visit Moscow on November 28

Byelorussian President Alexander Lukashenko will pay a working visit to Moscow on November 28. As RIA Novosti correspondent reports, press secretary of the Belarussian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pavel Latushko spoke about it at a briefing in Minsk on Thursday. According to him, the Belarussian Foreign Ministry is conducting work for preparing this visit. As was pointed out by the spokesman for the Belarussian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Alexander Lukashenko plans to meet with the Russian leadership to discuss, as is expected, Russian-Belarussian relations and the general situation in the world. The Belarussian President will also take part in the jubilee session of the Council of the CIS Heads of States which will take place in Moscow on November 30.

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