The meeting between Moscow's mayor Yury Luzhkov and Belarussian president Alexander Lukashenko will take place in the Moscow City Hall on Tuesday, reported the Moscow government's commission on public and inter-regional ties. An agreement is expected to be signed after the meeting between the government of Moscow and the Gomel regional executive committee (the region in south-eastern Belarus) on cooperation in trade, economic, scientific, technical, humanitarian and cultural spheres. Negotiations between the Moscow and Belarussian delegations will be held in the Moscow City Hall to discuss further development of bilateral ties. It is expected that Yury Luzhkov will hand over to the Belarussian President a memorial badge "6O Years of Battle of Moscow" and a wrist watch with the Moscow symbols.
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