Belarusian President Lukashenko was greeted in Vladivostok at 3:00 a.m. with crab-shaped bread (VIDEO; UPDATED)

The plane of the President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko touched the runway at Vladivostok airport on April 13 at 02:39. Despite the deep night, he was met at the gangway by Governor Oleg Kozhemyako and Mayor Konstantin Shestakov.

Also, the president was met by girls in kokoshniks with a crab-shaped bakery product. “What is this, is this bread? You look! – Lukashenka reacted, but he tried the crab bread. He also suggested that girls in dresses with bare shoulders in the middle of the night on the runway might freeze. The girls replied that he was wrong.

Lukashenka greeted the Primorye governor as a good friend, with hugs and pats on the shoulder. Kozhemyako reciprocated with a post on social networks.

“I am glad to welcome Alexander Grigoryevich Lukashenko to the seaside land. A busy program lies ahead. We will discuss further cooperation between the Primorsky Territory and the Republic of Belarus,” Kozhemyako wrote.

Previously reportedthat on April 13 negotiations between Kozhemyako and Lukashenko on cooperation between Belarus and the Far Eastern region of Russia will take place. The delegations will discuss the implementation of current projects and new areas of cooperation. In particular, the focus will be on issues of trade in a wide range of positions and the supply of fish products to the Belarusian market. It is planned that the president will also visit Russky Island, where he will get acquainted with the implementation of a number of infrastructure, social and cultural projects in the Primorsky Territory.

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Lukashenka’s plane flew to Vladivostok from Blagoveshchensk, where the day before he, together with Putin, on Cosmonautics Day, visited the Vostochny cosmodrome. After the two presidents gave a joint press conference.

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