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Russia and Belarus agreed on a plan for the resumption of oil supplies through the pipeline “Druzhba”, BelTA reports. According to the Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Lyashenko, road map on this issue submitted by the experts after talks with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak, who passed on may 16.
He stressed that the Belarusian party has already taken initial steps to resolve the situation.
Russian energy Minister Alexander Novak said that oil pumping will begin Monday, may 20, reports RIA Novosti.
About problems with the quality of the oil coming from Russia by pipeline “Druzhba”, Belarus reported in April. In the raw material found high levels of chlororganics. In “Transneft” the operator of the Russian part of the pipeline — said that the contamination occurred on a site Samara — Unecha was intentional. The consequence of suspects in the theft of oil on a million rubles and pollution of raw materials for the concealment of this fact six people.
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