Restrictions on the supply of certain types of goods from Belarus may be lifted by Russia in the near future. Such an opinion in an interview with journalists from the TV channel “Belarus – 1” was expressed by the Ambassador of the Republic to the country Dmitry Krutoy.
The Belarusian diplomat explained that Moscow and Minsk have agreed to transfer a list of such products to the Russian government level in the near future. Krutoy explained that we are talking about goods subject to local sanctions and at the level of government regulations.
“The Russian side has declared its readiness to lift these restrictions in the near future, if they exist,” the ambassador stressed.
Krutoy also noted that both sides have expressed their willingness to develop cooperation in the field of aircraft construction.
Earlier, the State Duma of the Russian Federation reported on the illness of the current Belarusian leader Vladimir Lukashenko. At the same time, MP Konstantin Zatulin clarified that there is nothing unusual in the current state of the President of Belarus.
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