According to him, the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the United Nations and the 30th anniversary of the accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station will be on the agenda.
“Furthermore, the heads of state will adopt documents on military interaction, migration, countering crimes, culture, warning against emergency situations and their prevention, protection of borders, and interregional cooperation. A portion of the documents will be discussed during the meeting of foreign ministers, which will take place the day before. At this meeting, the sides are expected to discuss more than 20 issues,” he said.
Lebedev also said CIS heads of government will meet in Dushanbe on October 30 to discuss more than 30 issues.