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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Prime Minister of Belarus told about it has agreed with Russia on oil


Vice Prime Minister Vladimir Semashko told the details of the negotiations on oil and gas dispute.

We will remind, the Belarus one and a half times raised tariffs on oil transit that Moscow considered it a violation.

Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko said on Monday that all disputes have been resolved.

Semashko explained that in the third quarter was blocked half of the oil supplies to Belarus, which is 6 tons, the country received 3.

“Now everything is recovering,” said the Prime Minister.

In response, he added, Belarus will retain for Russia the old tariffs for the transit of “black gold”.

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One Response “Prime Minister of Belarus told about it has agreed with Russia on oil”

  1. Eve
    15.10.2016 at 16:17

    Keep asking McGuinty in the glare of public heitlaghds, if he admits it cannot be stopped, then why did he open his beak to say he would stop it. Politicians always come to feed like chickens, then take off when you want to catch one for chicken stew.

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