In addition, to the Belarusian leader's surprise, the Russian Federation is lifting restrictions on flights between Russia and Belarus amid a pandemic. Vladimir Putin said this at a joint conference and surprised his Belarusian partner.
“You haven't told me about it”, was surprised Lukashenko gratefully.
It can be expected that in the near future the volume of flights will increase from 36 per week to the previous standards (200).
Recall that the agreement on the establishment of the Russia-Belarus federated state was signed in 1999 by Yeltsin and Lukashenko.
, taxation, energy and transport.
After 20 years, the development of the integration roadmaps began, which led to the emergence of 28 programs.
In the spring of this year 27 out of 28 were agreed, with an exception only on the price of hectares of gas. Minsk wanted to equalize prices with inland regions.
The Russian Cabinet of Ministers considered that Belarus, in order to receive “gas, as in the Smolensk region”, should be part of the Russian Federation.
As Topnews previously wrote, Lukashenko arrived in Russia to discuss the integration of the Russian Federation and Belarus.