Meeting of Ukraine, Belarus leaders scheduled for autumn – President's Office.

Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak during a phone conversation with Head of the Administration of the President of Belarus Igor Sergienko informed about an initiative of the Ukrainian party to prepare a number of bilateral documents for the meeting of the presidents of both states scheduled for this autumn.

"The parties discussed the issue of deepening Ukraine-Belarus cooperation, in particular cultural ties. The parties agreed on further contacts for a more substantive consideration of the proposals," a press service of the Office of President of Ukraine reported on July 10.

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