Russian and Belarusian leaders agreed to meet before the end of the year, said the spokesperson for Russian President Dmitry Peskov.
"The Russian and Belarusian presidents agreed to hold another meeting before the new year, mainly to finalize the discussion of those issues in bilateral relations, which were among the controversial ones and on which considerable progress was made at a recent meeting in Sochi," TASS reported quoting Peskov.
Touching upon Eurasian Economic Union summit, Peskov noted that it was a very productive working meeting.
"A working discussion does not always imply the unanimity of opinion. Different points of view were expressed, the parties disagreed on a number of issues. That shows that this is a living mechanism, which affects the interests of all participating countries," he added.
Yesterday, during the meeting of the Eurasian Economic Council, Putin and Lukashenko discussed gas prizes.
Lukashenko draw attention to the unfavorable conditions for Belarusian gas consumers. In response, Putin recalled that gas prices for Belarus were almost half as high as, for example, for Germany.