Alexander Lukashenko Is Meeting With Chiefs Of Largest Russian Mass Media

Published on March 18, 2011

Belarusian-Russian cooperation issues are in the center of attention. This time 11 people came to our country. Among them is Alexander Prokhanov - editor-in-chief of "Zavtra" newspaper, as well as the editors of editions "Nash Sovremennik" and "Pravda" newspaper. Directors of regional editions - "Kaliningradskaya Pravda", "Smolenskaya Gazeta" and "Sankt-Peterburgskie Vedomosti" - are also present at the meeting. In the beginning of the meeting Alexander Lukashenko noted that he is counting on the objectivity of information of the Russian mass media about the situation in Belarus and the Belarusian-Russian mutual relations and offered the journalists to name the topics of the conversation themselves. (Alexander Lukashenko, President of the Republic of Belarus) While answering the question about the construction of the Union State, the President noted that this is a higher level of integration than the Customs Union. And thanks to this, Belarus has achieved a lot more in integration processes with Russia than with Kazakhstan. (Alexander Lukashenko, President of the Republic of Belarus) More details about the meeting of the President with the chiefs of the largest Russian mass media - in our next news editions