SOCHI, February 22. /TASS/. Governments of Belarus and Russia have six-seven integration roadmaps left to fine-tune out of 33, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said during a meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Monday.
"I think, we determined 33 directions - these are roadmaps that were developed. We agreed that we will modernize, update them. The governments did a lot, they updated the format. Today, Ambassador [of Belarus to Russia Vladimir] Semashko reported that there are maybe six-seven roadmaps left out of 33 that the governments work on. All others are ready to be signed," the Belarusian president noted.
Thus, he said "there is a plan of action" for the development of Russian-Belarusian cooperation.
The intergovernmental working group on integration created at the initiative of presidents of Belarus and Russia at the end of 2019 prepared 31 integration roadmaps. As a result of their approval, at the time the sides did not reach a compromise on roadmaps related to issues of oil, gas, tax policy, single currency. At the end of last December, Belarusian Ambassador to Russia Vladimir Semashko stated that Minsk and Moscow renewed talks on roadmaps.