Belarus upholds Russian proposals for G20 Summit in London

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko paid a working visit to the Russian Federation on the invitation of his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev, BelTA learnt from the president's pres service.

The leaders continued their informal negotiations in Sochi in line with the agreements reached during their meeting on March 19.

The agenda included a wide range of issues regarding bilateral relations and the international issues.

The Heads of State discussed a possibility of constructing sports facilities for the winter Olympics 2014 with the help of Belarusian constructors. Dmitry Medvedev, in particular, offered the Belarusian side to take part in several large projects. In this respect Alexander Lukashenko has told his Russian colleague that Belarus is implementing a large investment project on building a biathlon stadium. "We would like you to look into the issue and provide all possible support," the Belarusian Head of State.

As for the G20 Summit in London on April 2, Alexander Lukashenko said that the Belarusian government looked through the proposals of the Russian side for the summit. "We support them in full," the Belarusian leader added.

Dmitry Medvedev and Alexander Lukashenko considered the issues of interregional cooperation, integration processes as well as international issues.



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