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Russia to provide €1.2 billion loan to 'closest ally' Belarus, Putin announces

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Russia to provide €1.2 billion loan to 'closest ally' Belarus, Putin announces

Russia to provide €1.2 billion loan to 'closest ally' Belarus, Putin announces

The meeting in Sochi between Russia's Putin and Belarus Lukashenko came a day after an estimated 150,000 people marched through Minsk demanding Lukashenko's resignation.View on euronews


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