The Presidents of Belarus and Russia – Alyaksandr Lukashenka and Dmitrii Medvedev – discussed the results of the summit of the G-20 and bilateral relations at a meeting on April 10, reports RIA Novosti from Gorki, Moscow District. Medvedev informed Lukashenka that the leaders of the G-20 agreed on joint attempts to save the global economy at a summit in London. They worked out a strategy of crisis prevention in the future and adopted the biggest pack of short-term measures ever. The main result was the decision that the G-20 would allocate 5 trillion dollars to solve economic problems within the year. A fifth of the sum will be received by the International Monetary Fund. The money that will be allocated to the IMF will be used to restore crediting, stimulate economy growth and create vacancies.
The other issues discussed by Lukashenka and Medvedev have not been made public.