There is special friendship between Belarusian and Georgian people and good feelings since Soviet times, Belarus president Alyaksandr Lukashenka said during the talks with Georgian president Giorgi Margvelashvili in Tbilisi on Thursday.
“Indeed, I come to Georgia as if it is my home. This is my second visit. But I feel that there are close people in Georgia,” he said.
The presidential website published photos and videos of the visit, but the most interesting pieces have not been included in the report.
For example, Lukashenka’s youngest son Kolya is not reported to have accompanied his father in Tbilisi, but if one follows Giorgi Margvelashvili on Facebook, they can see the recent photos of the both Lukashenkas at the welcome reception.
25-year-old daughter Anna Margvelashvili, who was present at the event, also posted the pictures on Instagram.
A photo of Lukashenka tasting Georgian brandy has also been omitted by the presidential press service.