Alexander Lukashenkoon: Sergey Guneev / RIA Novosti
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has declared that will return to the issue of Russian compensation for the tax maneuver in the oil industry before they adopt a joint action program, reports BelTA.
At the meeting with Chairman of the State customs Committee Yuri Senko, he stressed that Moscow’s actions reduced revenues from export customs duties for petroleum products.
Lukashenko said that Belarus will not be “always on your knees in front of her older brother and begging for some crumbs”.
According to him, they with Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the situation, but in the near future with the approval of the program of joint actions on economic integration, the issue should be discussed again.
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