MOSCOW, August 30. /TASS/. The Kremlin expects Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko to pay a working consult with to Russia initially of September, Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov advised reporters on Monday.
"[Russian President Vladimir Putin] plans to have contacts with the Belarusian president initially of September, his working discuss with is planned. The discussion of present concerns, together with when it comes to preparations for that consult with, took area [on Monday over the phone]," he noted.
The Kremlin press service earlier suggested that Putin had wished Lukashenko a cheerful birthday all over their phone dialog on Monday. Lukashenko became 67 on August 30. both leaders mentioned concerns involving bilateral cooperation and upcoming contacts in a variety of formats. In his congratulatory message to his Belarusian counterpart posted on the Kremlinâs web site, Putin counseled Lukashenkoâs efforts to cement allied relations between both nations, wished him respectable health, prosperity and additional success. He also guaranteed him that Belarusian friends may always count number on Russiaâs support.