Putin and Lukashenko will approve a new military doctrine

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Putin and Lukashenko will approve a new military doctrine

The Russian President will hold a meeting with his Belarusian counterpart via video communication while in occupied Sevastopol.

On Thursday, November 4, at a meeting Of the Supreme State Council of the Union State, the leaders of Russia and Belarus, Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko, plan to approve union programs, an updated military doctrine and a concept of migration policy.

This was reported on the Kremlin's official website.

As they say In the message, on this day the Russian president will be on a working trip to the occupied Crimea, where, in particular, he will visit Sevastopol.

Being on the peninsula, Putin will use video link to join a joint meeting with the unrecognized President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko .

“It is planned to approve a package of important integration documents: “The main directions for the implementation of the provisions of the Treaty on the creation of the Union State for 2021-2023”, which includes 28 sectoral union programs, as well as the updated Military Doctrine and the Concept of the Union State's migration policy, “the message says.

Recall that according to Ukrainian intelligence, at the beginning of November 2021, near the Ukrainian border and in the occupied territories, Russia concentrated a grouping of troops with a total number of about 90 thousand people.

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