Lukashenko holds talks with Kenyan president


Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko is holding talks with Kenyan President William Ruto during his working visit to this country, BelTA has learned.

The Belarusian president arrived in Kenya following his two-day official visit to another African country - Equatorial Guinea.

The Belarusian head of state has recently met with his Kenyan counterpart. The talks between Aleksandr Lukashenko and Kenyan President William Ruto took place in Dubai on 1 December on the sidelines of the World Climate Summit. “In order for us to have substantial talks and establish our relations (this is why we are going to talk), I think that you could come to us, I could come to you at any time convenient for you. As a result of these visits our specialists could work (just like with Zimbabwe and Equatorial Guinea) and we could put together some plan of our cooperation while understanding what you need from us. And we could look at your country and determine our needs,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said then.

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