Minsk, Kyiv have trusting relations - Lukashenko
Minsk and Kyiv have no unsolvable issues and always find solutions, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said.
"There are no unsolvable problems between us. Minsk and Kyiv have always found mutually acceptable solutions," Lukashenko said at the first Forum of the Regions of Belarus and Ukraine in Gomel on Friday.
The president said he and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko discussed all areas of cooperation that need special attention. Agreements were reached on all issues, he said.
"Belarusian-Ukrainian top level dialogue is sincere and trusting. We can discuss all issues, sometimes very difficult ones, constructively. All my agreements with Petro Oleksiyovych and decisions are implemented," Lukashenko said.
All instruments, including work at the level of deputy prime ministers, are employed to that end, he said.
"I am convinced that the content of Belarusian-Ukrainian relations largely depends directly on the results of interaction at the interregional level. Therefore, the current forum will be a convenient site for effective discussion of all topical areas of cooperation, without exception," Lukashenko said.
The first Forum of the Regions of Belarus and Ukraine began yesterday and ends today.