Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko held a telephone conversation, during which discussed the detention of Russian citizens in Minsk.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko agreed to assess in detail every fact to find out the real reason of the presence of Russian citizens in Belarus, who on July 29, was detained by Belarusian security forces on suspicion of trying to destabilize public-political situation in the Republic.
The corresponding agreement was reached during telephone conversation of presidents of Russia and Belarus held on Friday, August 7, according to Russian Dialogue.
In a press-service of the Kremlin said that heads of state do not doubt the stabilization of the situation and the organization of presidential elections in Belarus in a regular setting.
In addition to the situation with the detention of Russian citizens, Putin and Lukashenka agreed on a number of other issues, including the development of allied relations between the two countries.
The Belarusian side, in turn, rejected that version and said that Minsk has no intentions of making false accusations against Russia.