Lukashenko will go to Putin five days after the last meeting: the program of the visit to Russia

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Lukashenko will leave to Putin five days after the last meeting: the program of the visit to the Russian Federation

The Belarusian politician will visit the cosmonaut training center at the invitation of the President of the Russian Federation. Also in the coming days, he will take part in a meeting of the heads of the CIS countries.

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On December 24, Belarusian politician Alexander Lukashenko will begin a working visit to Russia. He is expected to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin, take part in an informal event with the heads of the CIS countries and visit a cosmonaut training center. The telegram channel of Lukashenka's journalistic pool “Pul Pervogo” writes about this on Friday, December 23.

“(Lukashenko) will go on a working visit to Russia tomorrow,” the publication says.

According to journalists, in the Moscow region, Lukashenka, at the invitation of Putin, will visit the cosmonaut training center, where candidates for space flights from Belarus are being selected . The politician will get acquainted with the work of the center, the system for selecting and training cosmonauts, and discuss the prospects for cooperation between Belarus and the Russian Federation in the space sector.

In addition, based on the publication, Lukashenka will take part in an informal meeting of the heads of the CIS countries, which will be held in St. Petersburg, December 26-27. The participants of the meeting will sum up the results of the year and discuss plans for cooperation.

In turn, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov said that Putin is trying to convince Lukashenka to fully enter the war of the Russian Federation against Ukraine. Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the President's Office, expressed the opinion that the Belarusian politician is afraid to send his army to Ukraine, as he realizes that this is fraught with a loss of power.