This was announced yesterday by head of the Belarusian government Sergei Rumas after negotiations with his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev in Minsk. The focus of attention is the bilateral relations of Belarus and Russia. First of all, the coordination of the program of action of the allies to deepen integration was discussed. Until November, the parties should bring to a common denominator all integration road maps. They are spelled out by sector.
Equal economic conditions mean common approaches to taxation and equal prices for energy resources, the prime minister specified.
The task set by the heads of state is to maximally bring together positions within the framework of the union. The Russian-Belarusian working group conducts a revision of the treaty on the Union State-1999.
Minsk and Moscow come to understanding on most issues of integration agenda
22 June 2019