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Russia, Belarus to create single migration space
16:59, 5 June 2017
Russia, Belarus to create single migration space

Countries have the same views on international problems, - Russian MFA head Lavrov noted

16:59, 5 June 2017

Russian Foreign Ministry

Russia and Belarus prepared a plan on creating a single migration space, reports TASS.

“The plan of measures to form a single migration space for the next three-year has already been agreed upon and submitted to the Council of Ministers of the Union State for approval,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.

The success of inter-country cooperation between Russia and Belarus lies in the same views on international problems, the Russian minister said.

“Our countries have the same views on what is happening in the world and on the way how to solve international problems. Of course, there are nuances, but we have the same strategic, mainstream direction in international affairs, which is confirmed by documents signed today, as well as by the program of coordinated actions in foreign policy,” he said.

Related: 70 journalists detained in Belarus during month

Earlier it was reported that Turchynov suspected Russian-Belarusian drills may be offensive preparation.
"There is a strong presumption that Russian contingent will stay in Belarus after an active phase of the drills," Turchynov, the Secretary of the National Security and Defence Council.

Related: Ukrainian reporters demand that Belarus release their illegally detained counterpart

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