2 April 2002 MINSK, 2 April (Racyja)–On 2 April 1996 [former] Russian President Boris Yeltsin and Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka signed in Moscow an agreement on establishing a union state. Since that agreement, 2 April has been a holiday in both Russia and Belarus. However, there were no signs of holiday in Minsk this year. […]

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