The first line of newspapers and publications of Russian regional mass media on 18 November was dedicated to the Belarusian President's press-conference.
A multi-day press tour of representatives of regional mass media of Russia and the leading bloggers in Belarus completed on November 18. Late at night, journalists went to their offices and 18 November shared their material with the audience.
The publication Russkaya Sila writes about the attitude of the Belarusian leader to history.
Alexander Lukashenko noted that history was often written to benefit current politicians, which could be avoided. He recalled that when he came into the presidency, then he immediately told the intelligentsia not to change history books for him.
The newspaper Rybinskaya Nedelya emphasized Belarusian-Russian relations.
The main idea from President Lukashenko was that the unity of the Belarusian and Russian people is firm.
The Parliamentary Newspaper made an analysis of the speech of the head of state and noted the stability of the views of Alexander Lukashenko on many topics.
In fact, the Belarusian President confirmed his earlier position on a number of issues. This is especially important in the light of the planned meeting with Vladimir Putin on November 22.