The issues on the agenda include the results of trade and economic cooperation between the two countries in 2016 and prospects for further cooperation in engineering and agriculture.
The participants will also consider various aspects of support for the operation of the Union State bodies.
Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko will hold a one-on-one meeting to discuss key areas of bilateral relations and current international issues.
Before the meeting, the two leaders will take part in the fourth Forum of Russian and Belarusian Regions. This year it will focus on the development of interregional cooperation in high technology, innovation and the information society.