Monday, may 14, in Sochi will host a meeting of the Supreme Eurasian economic Council.
As previously reported by the press service of the Kremlin, scheduled bilateral meeting with the official of the Belarusian leader to join with the newly appointed Russian President Vladimir Putin.
It is expected that the parties would discuss “key issues of bilateral agenda, first of all — prospects of trade-economic relations”.
Issues of access of Belarusian goods to the Russian market already stuffed mouth, said Alexander Lukashenka on April 24 annual address to the nation and the Parliament, speaking about the problems of the Union with Russia “for Two decades we insisted on the formation of the common market, and problems in one, then in another area — food or energy — are both on schedule,” — said Lukashenko.
The Rosselkhoznadzor has repeatedly announced temporary restrictions on supplies of meat and dairy products from Belarusian enterprises to the Russian market, citing improper quality.
“Well, why are from New Zealand or where to take the 50 thousand tons of milk powder, if there is in Belarus there was no place to put it? — said Lukashenko. High — quality, good range. For half the price you could buy. And then to not care at all, to crush and to close the border with Belarus and to say that the milk in flasks, cisterns in Russia do not carry. And in the packages. Bulk not to drive because there is supposedly found infection. But poured into packages, the infection disappears. Draw conclusions themselves.”
“And we like that each other faced, lose each other,” he described the relations between Belarus and Russia.
May 9, Lukashenka stressed that Belarus stands for cooperation in the economy, the single market. It is for that “we wouldn’t have these stupid disagreements, dairy, meat, sugar wars and other things. It’s just this is embarrassing”.