Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to hold the meeting with his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko in Sochi. The leaders of the two states will discuss the further integration of the neighboring countries.
The heads of state will discuss the main issues on the bilateral agenda. Among them are the prospects for further deepening integration, the message published on the official Kremlin's website reads.
Earlier, as News.ru reported that Lukashenko stated that Belarus would never become a part of another state, including Russia. He also added that Moscow and Minsk are currently resolving some pressing issues, including the oil and gas ones. The leaders have not been discussing the creation of a single parliament yet.