MINSK, November 9. /TASS/. Presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenkko have discussed aspects of bilateral cooperation and results of US election in a telephone conversation, the Belarusian presidential press service said on Wednesday.
"The presidents discussed problematic aspects of Belarusian-Russian cooperation. Their resolutions were coordinated by the governments of the two countries and will be finally adopted at the meeting of the heads of state which will be held in the next two weeks, in accordance with a preliminary agreement," the press service said.
The leaders also discussed issues on the international agenda, in particular "the results of US elections and their possible effect on development of regional and global processes."
The Kremlin press service noted that Lukashenko also told Putin about the details of his recent visit to the Middle East, particularly to Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. "In this connection, the two presidents took up the pressing aspects of the situation in Syria and the Middle East and discussed the schedule of forthcoming personal contacts," it said.