Information Agency TASS leads Dmitry Peskov's statement:
We have a rather extensive agenda (with Belarus) connected with military-technical cooperation, with interaction in the field of security and defense. In the context of allied relations, these issues will be discussed in one form or another. So far I can not say anything more concrete.
In September, Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the Ministry of Defense and the Russian Foreign Ministry to discuss the creation of a Russian aviation military base and sign an agreement after such a discussion.
The Belarusian authorities have not yet commented on the negotiation process with their Russian colleagues.
On the eve of the President of Belarus, Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko visited the 120-th separate mechanized brigade and got acquainted with the upgraded weapons. A photo of A. Lukashenko from the time of the officer service was found in the brigade’s museum. News agency reporting BelTA: