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Putin meets Lukashenko amid fears Moscow wants to pressure Minsk to join a new offensive | DW News

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Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to Belarus for the first time since 2019. He described talks with Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko as "very fruitful" and said that he believes both Moscow and Minsk are succeeding at withstanding the pressure of Western sanctions.

Putin landed in Minsk with his defense and foreign minister in tow, hours after Russian forces launched a swarm of attack drones at critical infrastructure in Kyiv, which provoked emergency blackouts in a dozen regions.

"Difficult times require us to have political will and to focus on getting results on all topics of the bilateral agenda," Lukashenko told Putin.

#Russia #Belarus #Ukraine

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