Moscow and Minsk agree on oil prices


The negotiations of the Russian and Belarusian delegations in Sochi drew a line under the "oil confrontation" between the countries united by the Treaty on the Creation of the Union State.


Following the talks, First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Dmitry Krutoy said that the country's companies will buy oil from Russia at world prices.

BelTA News Agency quoted an official as saying:

Moscow agreed that Belarusian refineries would buy oil by agreement with Russian oil companies at prices that are set on the world market.

According to the Deputy Prime Minister, Russian leader Vladimir Putin agreed with this approach and "promised that the Russian government will provide all possible assistance in our work with Russian mining companies."

Krutoy also added that the Russian Minister of Energy will meet with representatives of oil companies in the coming days and introduce them to the new working conditions on the Belarusian market.

He assured that Belneftekhim and other Belarusian oil refineries will begin negotiations next week and continue to work with absolutely all subjects of the Russian oil market.

In conclusion, it can be noted that the saga with the supply of American, however, like any other Western oil to Belarus, ended, so plainly and did not start.
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  1. Rusa Offline Rusa
    Rusa 9 February 2020 19: 36
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    Good news. Lukashenka's blackmail was covered with a copper basin. Okay.
    1. Bitter Offline Bitter
      Bitter (Gleb) 10 February 2020 12: 10
      +1
      Good news.

      What is it? An alternative can always be found.
      All over the world, all countries conclude agreements and pacts on duty-free trade and some other "nishtyaks" for industry and economy. They try to bind partners to themselves using different methods / preferences. And here everything is quite the opposite, request but, perhaps, the situation will in fact be rectified on the other hand, and Moscow will buy a batch, other Belarusian goods, beyond all agreements.
      1. Rusa Offline Rusa
        Rusa 10 February 2020 13: 13
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        After negotiations in Sochi, oil will be sold exclusively on a commercial basis. And it is right. Moreover, the Union State is only on paper and in propaganda, but in fact it never happened, because the Lukashenko regime constantly torpedoes it. The abolition of subsidies and preferences from Moscow will also be useful for the development of the economy of Belarus itself in a market economy, as is customary throughout the world.
        1. Bitter Offline Bitter
          Bitter (Gleb) 11 February 2020 00: 39
          +1
          And rightly so.

          Not a fact, but life will show.

          The abolition of subsidies and preferences from Moscow will also be useful for the development of the economy of Belarus itself in the conditions of market relations, ...

          For Moscow, of course, you can give yourself a few millionaires, beloved ones, for the New Year to award prizes, increase the wages of poor deputies, senators and someone else, invest in American securities and forget about a couple of temples.
          And Belarusians, that they will understand and forgive. But they don’t understand, all right, the market will ruin everything.
  2. General Black Offline General Black
    General Black (Gennady) 9 February 2020 21: 36
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    Moscow agreed that Belarusian refineries would buy oil by agreement with Russian oil companies at prices that are set on the world market.

    But father Butka broke Moscow at world prices! I broke it. hi
  3. gorenina91 Online gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 10 February 2020 04: 33
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    Moscow and Minsk agreed on oil prices.
    Following the talks, First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Dmitry Krutoy said that the country's companies will buy oil from Russia at world prices.

    - Well, what about the trick ??? - What is it ... here ... here ... here to rejoice in Lukashenka ??? - What did he achieve so "profitable" for himself ... - only that he played hockey with our guarantor ... - that's all ... - And he already had the rest ... and before that .. ...
    - After all, Lukashenko can hardly suit world oil prices ... -so what then ???
    - Just personally, I will allow myself to quote my earlier comment on the topic "Putin and Lukashenko discussed the future of the Union State in private":

    gorenina91 (Irina) February 8, 2020 03:23
    - Yes, everything is clear here ... like a day ... - Russia will now throw Belarus a couple of billion dollars ... for a living; Yes, he will make a discount in the price of Russian oil ... - and, besides any contracts, he will buy a batch of Belarusian goods ... - that’s all ...
    - Maybe this should be done ... but Lukashenka himself has long ago lit himself up ... as a "weathervane" ... - and there is no hope for him ...

    - Just like that ... -Well, what else could Lukashenko have for reason ???
    1. GRF Offline GRF
      GRF 10 February 2020 06: 19
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      The premium will not be paid to our oil companies, and that’s why ...
      1. Rusa Offline Rusa
        Rusa 11 February 2020 01: 10
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        Unlikely. That's how it goes. In any case, Minsk will have to negotiate with each oil supplier on market conditions, there will be no freebies from the Russian Federation, as before.
  4. Dmitry S. Offline Dmitry S.
    Dmitry S. (Dmitry Sanin) 10 February 2020 06: 07
    -3
    People, how much are they paying for comments now? I want to ask youth what is involved in rewriting here. You do not just get out of your head? There is a center that gives you answers to given topics, and you customize it for the article.
    I observe a strange tendency: on different sites with a good visit there are comments that are similar in length and content, and absolutely do not differ in style. At the same time, the "authors" of comments often use manipulative techniques, in particular, a reference to false authority in the form of self-citation with the addition of "and then you repeat my thoughts." All comments have hidden negative information, mockery and a dismissive attitude towards the authorities. It is also interesting that the word "guarantor" is often used - a hidden analogy with Poroshenko, made to form mistrust of the president.
    Question: where is the comments distribution center and how much do they pay for them?
    1. Arkharov Offline Arkharov
      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 10 February 2020 11: 45
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      Dmitry S.
      .. where is the comments distribution center and how much do they pay for them?

      - they say in Lakhta, or Olgino. And they pay, they say, 11-80 per comment. In any case, earlier, now, probably, they raised it?
      1. Dmitry S. Offline Dmitry S.
        Dmitry S. (Dmitry Sanin) 10 February 2020 13: 59
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        Then much is clear, except for the St. Petersburg centers. Moscow, but in the first place - Yöburg.
  5. Sergey Antonov Offline Sergey Antonov
    Sergey Antonov (Sergey Antonov) 11 February 2020 12: 32
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    Oh, the media, the media ... We agreed on the price of gas, but Lukashenka asked for oil at world prices. offered more expensive than the world ones, well, or create a "union state". Lukashenka refused exactly this, not prices. And they will buy from Kazakhstan. Well, they turned the news ...