The head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service arrived in Minsk to meet with Lukashenko

The head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Sergey Naryshkin arrived in Belarus to meet with the head of state Alexander Lukashenko. This was reported by the state Telegram-channel “Pool of the first” on Thursday, October 22.

“Today Sergey Naryshkin is in Minsk. Sergey Naryshkin is in Minsk today. Meeting with the president in an hour”, – the message says.

Details of the meeting agenda are not specified.

On September 15 Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin had a telephone conversation with his Belarusian counterpart Roman Golovchenko. The heads of government “discussed a number of topical issues of bilateral cooperation in the trade and economic sphere, as well as the cooperation within the Union State.

Spokesman for the Russian President Dmitry Peskov said on the same day that Belarus had always been a brotherly republic and the closest ally for Russia.

The day before, Putin and Lukashenko had a face-to-face meeting in Sochi. The Russian president assured his colleague of his commitment to the agreements with Belarus.

On September 3 Mikhail Mishustin visited Minsk, where he met with the head of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko. After the talks, the Russian prime minister said that Moscow and Minsk had made progress on the future of the Union State.