The abolition of roaming between Russia and Belarus will be the first step towards the unification of the two countries

“Belarus and Russia have prepared a roadmap to abolish roaming in 2020. The roadmap is currently being approved and can be adopted by the end of the year” says the head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia (FAS) Igor Artemyev. If the roadmap is approved, another year will be required for production work to cancel roaming between countries. The only problem is that Russia, for its part, has completed the preliminary work, but Belarus has not yet completed it. According to Artemyev, the parties should have time to prepare and make all decisions on the transition to the end

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Lukashenko demanded compensation for Chernobyl disaster and threatened to take away the oil pipeline

Lukashenko demanded that Russia compensate for the damage caused by the Chernobyl accident by lowering oil and gas prices. Otherwise, he threatens to “take away” two strands of the Friendship pipeline, through which oil from Russia is delivered to Eastern Europe and Germany. According to Lukashenko, Belarus more than other republics of the former USSR suffered from the Chernobyl disaster. “Did we build this station? No. Did we blow it up? No. And who suffered the most? We are. At the time the central government represented by Mikhail Gorbachev took responsibility for Belarus. The USSR fell apart. Who is the

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