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“Russians fed us more than we are.” What he was talking about Lukashenko and Putin

"Россияне нас кормят больше, чем мы". О чем говорили Лукашенко и Путин

Today in Minsk during a meeting of the Supreme state Council of Union state of Belarus and Russia has made several statements. In particular, they talked about the economic integration of the two countries, barriers to trade, the procedure of crossing the Belarusian-Russian border.

About how the Russians fed Belarusians

Per capita Russia supplies Belarus with more agricultural products than Belarus to Russia. On this, as BelTA, said Alexander Lukashenko.

“The interesting fact was voiced that not all know, and maybe someone missed. Vladimir Vladimirovich (Putin), per capita Russia supplies Belarus with agricultural produce more than we in Russia. They say that Belarusians put a lot. Per capita you deliver more to us than we to you. Figures are not known. You will find yourself. But so much more. The Russians fed us more than we”, — said the Belarusian President.

About the increase in sales to $50 billion

The Russian President called for increased trade between the two countries. According to Vladimir Putin, in 2017, it has increased by almost a quarter, to $32.4 billion. It is expected the growth of mutual trade in 2018. “We will be able to bring mutual trade to $50 billion,” — said the Russian leader.

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He also said that the volume of accumulated Russian capital investment in Belarus ‘ economy exceeds $3.9 billion. In turn, Belarusian companies have invested in Russia about $620 million

About the issues in order of crossing the border

Alexander Lukashenko noted that he expects the resolution of issues at the intersection of the Belarusian-Russian border.

“A good example in terms of the need to ensure the safety of passing in Russia of world football championship we are sensitive to the position of the Russians on the application of the elements of border control. But expect all remaining issues at the intersection of the Belarusian-Russian border to be settled,” he said.

Mutual barriers to trade

Also, the Belarusian President stressed the importance of the elimination of mutual barriers and exceptions, and creation of equal competitive environment for the further development of trade relations with Russia.

“In 2017, we have overcome the decline in mutual trade and reached its height. Today it is very important to consolidate the positive trends and further increase trade relations between our countries. Including by the elimination of mutual barriers, exemptions, and creation of equal competitive environment”, — said Alexander Lukashenko.

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On cooperation in the energy sector

The President of Russia, in turn, spoke about what he sees good opportunities for further strengthening of cooperation with Belarus in energy sphere. Vladimir Putin stopped at a perspective for Belarus and Russia projects. In particular, he drew attention to the fact that Russian companies are being built in Belarus plant for the production of carbon black used in the automotive and chemical industries. “Erected factory of building materials, the enterprises for processing of grain. And these projects are worth about $480 million,” he said.

According to Vladimir Putin, there are great prospects in the energy sector. He drew attention to the fact that at the end of next year will launch the first power unit of the Belarusian nuclear power plant, and in 2020 — second unit. “The volume of Russian investment in the construction of the station was $10 billion,” — said the Russian leader.

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