Lukashenko: Russia solves issues with the help of an oil pipe valve


On March 3, 2020, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko held a meeting on ensuring the effective operation of the oil refining complex in Belarus in 2020. At this event, he actually accused Russia of “resolving issues with the help of an oil pipe valve”. At the same time, he pointed out that Belarus in any case would not refuse to purchase Russian oil.


Some states have realized that with the help of a valve on an oil pipe, issues that benefit them are resolved much more easily. Do not think that I am hinting here only at Russia. This has become the norm for the states of the planet that have such happiness from gentlemen.

- stressed Lukashenko.

The Belarusian leader stated that his country "loses about 1 million tons of raw materials every month." He noted that the work of "chemical and other enterprises" depends on these supplies. Then he admitted his guilt that he had not decided before that on the diversification of oil supplies.

And the point here is not only that someone grabs the valve. The point is that we ourselves are to blame for not diversifying oil supplies at the time. Monopoly always leads to similar results.

- said Lukashenko.

This oil, its production and transportation was created, among other things, by the hands of Belarusians - those generations for which we have come. And the logistics here are the most convenient. But we, of course, will not constantly crawl on our knees on December 31, begging for this oil

- said Lukashenko.

After that, Lukashenko again demanded to find new oil suppliers and work out the delivery of raw materials.




By the way, on March 2, 2020, Prime Minister of Belarus Sergei Rumas, at a meeting with President of SOCAR State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Rovnag Abdullayev, said that Belarus would not give up Russian oil. At the same time, Minsk will continue to search for alternative sources of raw materials and suppliers.

At this stage, we are not going to completely exclude the supply of Russian oil, but are simply obliged to diversify them to a certain level

- explained Rumas.

Belarus is interested in concluding a long-term contract for the supply of Azerbaijani oil. We plan to process this oil at the Mozyr oil refinery using the Odessa-Brody-Mozyr oil pipeline

- specified Rumas.

Necessary to remindthat on February 20, 2020, the Belarusian state concern Belneftekhim informed the public that Minsk had bought 160 thousand tons of Russian oil through traders without any premium. It was said that two tankers were already rushing to the port of Klaipeda (Lithuania), where they should arrive in March 2020. After that, this oil will be transported by railway tanks through Lithuania to Belarusian refineries. About the price of oil "without premium" modestly silent.
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  1. Sapsan136 Offline
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 3 March 2020 15: 28
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    And what are you trying to solve them with? With the help of fairy tales and promises that you are not going to keep !!!
  2. Caretaker Offline
    Caretaker (Leonid) 3 March 2020 19: 17
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    On February 20, 2020, the Belarusian state concern Belneftekhim informed the public that Minsk had bought 160 thousand tons of Russian oil through traders without any premium. It was said that two tankers were already rushing to the port of Klaipeda (Lithuania), where they should arrive in March 2020. After that, this oil will be transported by railway tanks through Lithuania to Belarusian refineries.

    Why is oil cheaper for traders than for Belarus?
    Why is forced to export cheap Russian oil through the Baltic states?
    1. 123 Online
      123 (123) 3 March 2020 20: 02
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      Why is oil cheaper for traders than for Belarus?
      Why is forced to export cheap Russian oil through the Baltic states?

      How do you know everything?

      Belarus has bought 160 thousand tons of Russian oil and is awaiting their arrival at the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda. This was announced on February 20 by the press secretary of the Belneftekhim concern Alexander Tishchenko.
      “Russian oil. But they took it from traders without a premium. Take into account the short delivery time. Cost is a trade secret, ”he said.

      https://eadaily.com/ru/news/2020/02/21/v-tankerah-dlya-belorussii-v-klaypede-budet-rossiyskaya-neft

      Belneftekhim does not name the price, but you know. belay Do you work as an accountant with Lukashenko? what
  3. Caretaker Offline
    Caretaker (Leonid) 3 March 2020 19: 39
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    In Russia, two groups of companies have formed in relation to oil supplies to the Republic of Belarus:
    “Principal” - have unlimited access to the pipe and offer oil with a premium;
    “Pragmatic” - they have limited access to the pipe and are ready to sell oil for Belarus at mutually acceptable prices (today there are 6 Russian pragmatic companies known).
    Why are some discussion participants consider selling oil to Belarus “pragmatic” companies almost surrender, and Belarus’s desire to buy oil from these companies is called the desire to sit on their neck in person?
    I wonder if the "principled" Russian companies will be able to prevent the "pragmatic" Russian companies from supplying oil to Belarus via the Russian pipe.
    If the supply through the pipe is blocked, then it will be to the delight of the supporters of the "principled" ones to drive through the Baltic states. Will Lukashenko Again Be Guilty?
  4. Caretaker Offline
    Caretaker (Leonid) 3 March 2020 19: 50
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    For Belarus, the situation is reminiscent of “they’ll still buy” ads, only a happy ending is not observed, because The Republic of Belarus does not have the opportunity to buy oil directly from producing Russian companies and to distill through the pipe at a tariff.
    “Vseravnokomoshchichniki” is forced to send through the Baltic states or Ukraine, and at the same time they vote about turning the Republic of Belarus towards the West. Who benefits from this?
    There is still hope that the situation will change and common sense will prevail!
  5. 123 Online
    123 (123) 3 March 2020 23: 04
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    I looked, compared ..... in general, vague doubts torment me ..
    Rotterdam plus saw why they did it - I hope everyone understands. Dubai will be a plus?



  6. GRF Offline
    GRF 4 March 2020 06: 53
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    Lukashenko Doesn't Know What Monopoly Is?
    Others are good, sell more expensive, buy from them! Who forbids? What kind of monopoly are you pouring nightingale here? Do not save noodles at all ...
    Russians must learn to respect and love themselves! A product made in Russia for Russians should be better and cheaper than for sale abroad!
    Previously, at least weapons were sold in truncated versions, and now not only advanced specimens, which I really don’t have, but also anyone who got the technology.
    The state is obliged to take care of its interests, but according to the WTO, it honors others ...
    Lukashenko, believe me, when we sell you at a double world price, you will love us stronger, and you may want to become us stronger! Because a reliable supplier sells very good, very expensive oil! But it’s good cheap for strangers - it doesn’t happen ...
  7. AICO Offline
    AICO (Vyacheslav) 4 March 2020 07: 12
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    And you would like to "sit down" on the valve yourself - you would have "driven" - the devil will feel sick !!!