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Moscow and Minsk have agreed on a joint Protocol on oil and gas issues

It's going to present next week.

16.Feb.17 2:17 AM
By Johnatan Toadlicker


Moscow and Minsk have agreed on a joint Protocol on oil and gas issues
Moscow and Minsk have agreed on a Protocol on controversial issues in the oil and gas sector said the head of the Belarusian Vice-Premier Vladimir Semashko. The Russian side was represented by his colleague Arkady Dvorkovich.

"My colleague and Dvorkovich have agreed on a Protocol. Maybe next week he will see the light of day," - said Semashko told reporters.

The next round of talks on oil and gas issues was held on 10 February, they were drawn up, which was sent for consideration to the Russian government.

Earlier Akrady Dvorkovich reported that the negotiations with Belarus are difficult and that Russia continues to wait for the payment of debt for gas, which now accounts for more than half a billion dollars.

Minsk has been a year of talks in Moscow on reducing gas prices, which they consider unfair. Belarus insisted on the equal export prices for Russian gas and wanted to pay $73 per 1 thousand cubic meters instead of $132. In response to the shortfall in Belarus about $300 million for the gas supplied to Russia by more than a third reduced the supply of duty-free oil to the Republic.

In Minsk said it was ready to defend its interests in court.

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