Belarus suspended oil imports from Russia for its refineries

Belarus suspended oil imports from Russia for its refineries

From Belarus, reports have come that local oil refineries (refineries) have stopped receiving Russian oil. This news comes amid statements from official Minsk on the supply of “black gold”, an alternative to that supplied by the Russian Federation.


Minsk and Moscow have been arguing for a long time over final oil prices for Belarus. There were complaints from Moscow against official Minsk over the fact that Belarus, receiving oil at preferential prices, processes a significant part of it for subsequent sale to third countries, including Ukraine. To this, the authorities of Belarus each time stated that friendship and allied relations should not rest solely on money. Last year, low-quality oil from Russia was recorded several times in the Republic of Belarus, which was recognized by the supplier and offset.

Earlier, Alexander Lukashenko noted that the Russian Federation and Belarus have mutually beneficial economic relations, and that Russia also receives sufficient volumes of goods and services from Belarus at preferential ("allied") tariffs.

According to the latest information, Minsk decided to switch part of oil imports to the Baltic ports. From there, according to the latest reports, freight trains with oil tanks go to Belarus by rail. Whose oil is in these tanks has not yet been reported.

Transneft, meanwhile, notes that oil supplies in transit through Belarus through the Druzhba pipeline are ongoing.
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  1. Win1945 3 January 2020 12: 05 New
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    Integration is in full swing!
    1. rich 3 January 2020 12: 22 New
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      Old man gets off the needle. Belarus buys oil from Iran
      The Belarusian state company Belorusneft acquired 80 thousand tons of oil from the NIOC National Iranian Oil Company. The buyer was the Polish subsidiary of Belorusneft - Beloil Polska. Iranian oil will be delivered to Odessa and Latvian Ventspils, from where it will go by rail to Belarus
      1. Black_Vatnik 3 January 2020 12: 32 New
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        We should also get off the "Belarusian" agricultural products. And then you chew the apples, and they crunch on the teeth with a characteristic Polish baking. I’m not even talking about shrimps and other gifts of the Belarusian Sea.
        1. Shurik70 3 January 2020 15: 15 New
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          Quote: Rich
          Iranian oil will be delivered to Odessa and Latvian Ventspils

          The main thing is that they would not go to sea under the Iranian flag.
          Either the Saudis will be drowned with the Jews, or the Angles with the Americans will seize.
          But even under the Belarusian flag - that this oil from Iran will quickly become known. And there are enough UN resolutions against this oil. Risking Old Man. It is necessary to carry through Turkey, and not through the Channel
      2. Andrey VOV 3 January 2020 12: 43 New
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        What is 80 thousand tons for the country ... even if so small, a drop ...
        1. Vlad.by 3 January 2020 13: 46 New
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          it’s necessary to go to fill a full tank. Just in case. Suddenly, a couple of weeks the old man will "negotiate." Ponte will pound from it ...
          And then it’s for sure “we will live worse, but not for long”
          1. Fantazer911 3 January 2020 17: 00 New
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            Yes, for sure, you need to go and fill the tank under the flash drive + dial the canister, that we’ll definitely stand and the price tag will knock
            1. GenNick 3 January 2020 19: 57 New
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              You can also pour it into your pockets ...
              1. Fantazer911 3 January 2020 20: 15 New
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                Only very competent people can pour gas into their pockets!
                Less from me for quick wits!
      3. Non liberoid Russian 3 January 2020 12: 54 New
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        laughing laughing well, good luck with such logistics to get a decent margin, plus the composition of Iranian oil and Russian is completely different, equipment reconfiguration process is also not cheap)))) although for the sake of populism you won’t
        1. Prok7tu 3 January 2020 13: 03 New
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          You do not even mention the composition.
          We have not yet recovered from the shock after we recently dirtied the Druzhba pipeline with organic chlorides.
          1. anykin 3 January 2020 22: 08 New
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            Quote: Prok7tu
            You do not even mention the composition.

            So the composition will remind of itself.
      4. Tersky 3 January 2020 12: 55 New
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        Quote: Rich
        Old man gets off the needle.

        laughing Really? Almost all of Belarus' foreign trade with anyone is ensured by the import from Russia of raw materials, components, and energy. If it weren’t for this import, the Belarusian agricultural machine-building, for example, would only be capable of producing hand-made winnowers and plows for horse harnessing, moreover, in a makeshift way on iron from swamp cries. On the energy resources of peat locomobiles.
        1. Ingvar 72 3 January 2020 13: 37 New
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          Quote: Tersky
          Almost all of Belarus’s foreign trade with anyone is ensured by the import of raw materials from Russia,

          So Europe is almost all on our gas, except gas, there is also oil, ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy. request From this, the people of Russia really are no easier.
          1. vitvit123 3 January 2020 14: 33 New
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            And how do you compare better or not better? ... if ....
        2. Arberes 3 January 2020 14: 05 New
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          Quote: Tersky
          Almost all of Belarus' foreign trade with anyone is ensured by the import from Russia of raw materials, components, and energy.

          If this is really true (Iranian oil to Belarus), then this is a very reckless step on the part of Lukashenko. Relations between the US and Iran are nowhere worse and the next sanctions against everyone and everything for those who buy Iranian oil will increase. So again, all "brotherhood" with us will end.
          Greetings, dear Tersky hi
          1. Vlad.by 6 January 2020 21: 22 New
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            Almost all of Belarus' foreign trade with anyone is ensured by the import from Russia of raw materials, components, and energy.


            But what about shrimp and salmon from near Brest (in the literal sense - from the secret Brest Ocean), kiwi, coupled with mangoes from Vitebsk gardens?
            All that goes to Russia is also foreign trade and is "scattered around the blue-eyed" ...
            No need to slander the Belarusian economic miracle, damn it)
        3. Fantazer911 4 January 2020 21: 43 New
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          https://ria.ru/20200104/1563111355.html
      5. Klingon 3 January 2020 13: 04 New
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        while the striped privateers squint and close their eyes, allowing the dad to indulge, if it is in any way against the Russian Federation, but they can very quickly slap the dad on playful hands, if they consider it necessary wassat
      6. Ratmir_Ryazan 3 January 2020 13: 15 New
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        Old man gets off the needle. Belarus buys oil from Iran
        The Belarusian state company Belorusneft acquired 80 thousand tons of oil from the NIOC National Iranian Oil Company. The buyer was the Polish subsidiary of Belorusneft - Beloil Polska. Iranian oil will be delivered to Odessa and Latvian Ventspils, from where it will go by rail to Belarus


        How much is the Iranian needle for the people of Belarus with such a transport shoulder?
      7. Sergej1972 3 January 2020 13: 37 New
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        In light of the aggravation of relations between Iran and the United States, there is no certainty that the Americans will not require Ukraine and the Baltic states to stop the transit of Iranian oil.
      8. Piramidon 3 January 2020 13: 58 New
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        Quote: Rich
        Old man gets off the needle. Belarus buys oil from Iran

        Yeah, he will buy it from Iran 2 cans, which he doesn’t even have enough for his own car. Or maybe it’s for the better - there will be no more Svidomo yodov with diesel fuel for their armored vehicles to supply from semi-free Russian oil.
      9. Krasnoyarsk 3 January 2020 14: 05 New
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        Quote: Rich
        Old man gets off the needle. Belarus buys oil from Iran

        Yes, for God's sake. The only question is - at what price? Is oil really coming to Belarus over the seas, oceans and then at will. is it cheaper, or at least equal in price, to Russian oil coming through the pipeline? I doubt it. But father went along the path of Piglet buying gas in "Europe"?
        1. Keyser soze 3 January 2020 14: 22 New
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          Is oil really coming to Belarus by sea oceans ....


          But it is possible. Last year, we bought 2 Amer 300K ton LNG tankers, which were cheaper than Russian pipeline gas. In 2020, we will already buy 500K tons.

          On these transactions, Bulgargaz lowered the price for extreme consumers last year.
          1. krillon 3 January 2020 14: 57 New
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            7.55 billion dollars debt of Belarus to Russia. Does it mean you have money for current purchases of gas and oil, or have you looked at another getting off one needle?
          2. Piramidon 3 January 2020 15: 03 New
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            Quote: Keyser Soze
            Last year, we bought 2 Amer 300K ton LNG tankers, which were cheaper than Russian pipeline gas. In 2020, we will already buy 500K tons.

            Yes tailwind you in Well .. your back. Buy and carry now at least on carts and rejoice if you abandoned Yu.P. But LNG cannot be cheaper than pipeline. This is for you, fake "little brothers", obviously, the pro-American media puffed in their ears. And the Americans carry LNG from Europe to our Yamal to you in Europe.
          3. Vasyan1971 3 January 2020 16: 17 New
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            Quote: Keyser Soze
            On these transactions, Bulgargaz lowered the price for extreme consumers last year.

            Lower it further, business! Why, then, to the Tour. Stream sucked?
          4. Paranoid50 3 January 2020 16: 57 New
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            Quote: Keyser Soze
            Last year, we bought 2 Amer 300K ton LNG tankers,

            And then, with a dead grip, they seized the branch of TP. What a funny rogue country ... laughing
          5. Krasnoyarsk 3 January 2020 20: 52 New
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            Quote: Keyser Soze

            But it is possible. Last year, we bought 2 Amer 300K ton LNG tankers, which were cheaper than Russian pipeline gas. In 2020, we will already buy 500K tons.

            Are you friends with logic? The Americans produced gas, then liquefied it, then delivered it by tanker to ... I don’t know where, well, somewhere in Europe, then it’s yellow. the road was delivered to you in Belarus, then it was regasified and delivered to the consumer, and all this "is possible that it is cheaper" than the Russian pipeline ???
        2. orionvitt 3 January 2020 14: 26 New
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          Quote: Krasnoyarsk
          I doubt it. But father went along the path of Piglet buying gas in "Europe"?

          In Ukraine, coal under the Rotterdam Plus scheme, and the father will have oil. It is clear to everyone that in those parts, there is nothing cheaper than Russian gas and oil. Maybe there is some other oil and gas (like shale or from another part of the world), but definitely not cheaper.
      10. orionvitt 3 January 2020 14: 20 New
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        Quote: Rich
        Iranian oil will be delivered to Odessa and Latvian Ventspils

        Iranian oil is everywhere under sanctions, including in the European Union. What could they buy there? Immediately flew to the piston from the United States.
      11. krillon 3 January 2020 14: 34 New
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        Let's try to discuss without emotion. How profitable to buy is not important whose oil, except for Russia. And how profitable in the future to sell what is developed from it. Can someone clarify the issue?
      12. Ivan Ivanov 3 January 2020 14: 36 New
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        Quote: Rich
        Old man gets off the needle. Belarus buys oil from Iran

        And what about the prices, considering logistics, etc.? The rebuke to the resale to the Banderstad seems fair, although we ourselves feed them.
      13. svp67 3 January 2020 16: 33 New
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        Quote: Rich
        Iranian oil will be delivered to Odessa and Latvian Ventspils, from where it will go by rail to Belarus

        Yes, it will become "gold" and now I do not quite understand, but what about American sanctions? Okay, Belarus, but the Baltic states, but Ukraine? Under the sanctions wanted?
      14. Victor Lutvin 3 January 2020 17: 30 New
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        Venezuelan oil at one time ate, now we will wash down the Iranian. Again, the rake is better ...
      15. Bar2 3 January 2020 17: 32 New
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        it’s rather disgusting to read the remarks of those who advocate separation between the two fraternal peoples, especially when Nat stands at the gate. Belarus is a country that will be the first to take a NATO strike and therefore it is necessary to support it with all its might. In general, do not take money for oil and gas, but only for transportation.
        There are no billionaire oligarchs in Belarus, as in Russia, and therefore all revenue remains in the country, and does not go over the hill to support Western countries, as done by the Putin government. And yachts and palaces in England and France are not bought for public money.
        As for Belarus’s non-recognition of Crimea as Russian, then the question arises precisely, who is the first who does not fulfill allied obligations? This is Putin's government.
        The poor state of Belarus has to forget about fraternal relations and give preference to the economy and international markets than to go in the wake of politics with Russia, But if economic relations with Russia were normal, as in the USSR there would be no obstacles to food trade, politics would support for automakers (for example, Rosselmash) to the detriment of Gomselmash, infringement of trade with the MWTC in favor of Kamaz, in general, if trade with Russia were open, then Belarus would support Russia in everything. This is so.
        But Russia repels Belarus, and this is worse than stupidity.
        1. Piramidon 3 January 2020 18: 35 New
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          Quote: Bar2
          In general, do not take money for oil and gas, but only for transportation.

          This is an economic bend! Even for their citizens this is not done. What hangover for overseas
          [/ quote] It is false to be such a superfree?
          [quote] But if economic relations with Russia were normal, as in the Soviet Union, there would be no obstacles to food trade, policies to support automakers (for example, Rosselmash) to the detriment of Gomselmash, infringement of trade with the MZKT in favor of Kamaz,

          Do you propose to spit on KamAZ and support the MZKT? Down with import substitution? Old Man is already blackmailing us with his polyaxialists and threatening to leave Russia without Topol and Yars.
        2. qQQQ 3 January 2020 20: 48 New
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          Quote: Bar2
          it’s rather disgusting to read the replicas of those who advocate separation between the two fraternal peoples ...

          The class, as always, should be kept by Russia, and no one owes anything to it except the hypothetical deterrence of NATO, in general, everything is sold to our own citizens at market prices, and what did she do for Russia in response to domestic prices? On any problem, the old man is trying to cash in. Friendship, let alone brotherhood, does not even smell here, and this is the fault of Belarus.
        3. SASHA OLD 4 January 2020 03: 06 New
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          Quote: Bar2
          it’s rather disgusting to read the remarks of those who advocate separation between the two fraternal peoples, especially when Nat stands at the gate. Belarus is a country that will be the first to take a NATO strike and therefore it is necessary to support it with all its might. In general, do not take money for oil and gas, but only for transportation.
          There are no billionaire oligarchs in Belarus, as in Russia, and therefore all revenue remains in the country, and does not go over the hill to support Western countries, as done by the Putin government. And yachts and palaces in England and France are not bought for public money.
          As for Belarus’s non-recognition of Crimea as Russian, then the question arises precisely, who is the first who does not fulfill allied obligations? This is Putin's government.
          The poor state of Belarus has to forget about fraternal relations and give preference to the economy and international markets than to go in the wake of politics with Russia, But if economic relations with Russia were normal, as in the USSR there would be no obstacles to food trade, politics would support for automakers (for example, Rosselmash) to the detriment of Gomselmash, infringement of trade with the MWTC in favor of Kamaz, in general, if trade with Russia were open, then Belarus would support Russia in everything. This is so.
          But Russia repels Belarus, and this is worse than stupidity.


          Quote: Bar2
          In general, do not take money for oil and gas, but only for transportation.


          I won’t even become interested in your mind ...
        4. Alexey RA 5 January 2020 01: 23 New
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          Quote: Bar2
          Belarus is a country that will be the first to take a NATO strike and therefore it is necessary to support it with all its might.

          This is if Mackay does not come out with bread and salt to meet NATO forces. Wreath to Memorial to those killed in the struggle for the territorial integrity of Georgia he already laid - in 2016
          As well as Alexander Grigoryevich himself - in 2018:

          Lavrov once refused this procedure even at the cost of canceling the official status of the visit.
          Quote: Bar2
          There are no billionaire oligarchs in Belarus, as in Russia, and therefore all revenue remains in the country

          If this were so, then the Russians would rush to work in a prosperous Belarus.
          Quote: Bar2
          As for Belarus’s non-recognition of Crimea as Russian, then the question arises precisely, who is the first who does not fulfill allied obligations? This is Putin's government.

          Pumping into the economy of Belarus at 6 billion dollars a year. laughing
          ... from 2000 to 2010, the level of annual financial support of Belarus or the shortfall of income of the Russian Federation in our economic relations ranged from hundreds of millions of dollars to 2-3 billion, and now it is 5-6 billion per year
          © Interview with Russian Ambassador to Belarus Mikhail Babich to RIA Novosti on March 14, 2019.
          Quote: Bar2
          As for Belarus’s non-recognition of Crimea as Russian, then the question arises precisely, who is the first who does not fulfill allied obligations? This is Putin's government.

          And what about the recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Putin is also to blame - did not fulfill the next Wishlist Lukashenko?
          Quote: Bar2
          But if economic relations with Russia were normal, as in the USSR

          Was there an independent Belarus under the USSR? If you want relations as in the USSR, join the Union.

          The gentlemen of Belarus should finally decide - who are they: the brotherly people or a sovereign state? And how to demand money from Russia is a brotherly people, and how to fulfill at least one request of Russia is a sovereign state at once.
          1. Bar2 5 January 2020 08: 42 New
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            Quote: Alexey RA
            Wreath at the Memorial to those killed in the struggle for the territorial integrity of Georgia


            this is not only a war of 8 years, but also other wars with Turkey, for example, others. Yes, Belarus’s hostility towards Russia is already visible. Russia would like to avoid such situations, but Putin doesn't give a damn.


            Quote: Alexey RA
            If this were so, then the Russians would rush to work in a prosperous Belarus.

            if, yes, if there are no billionaires, but there are external debts, where the money goes.

            Quote: Alexey RA
            Pumping into the economy of Belarus at 6 billion dollars a year.
            ... from 2000 to 2010, the level of annual financial support of Belarus or the shortfall of income of the Russian Federation in our economic relations ranged from hundreds of millions of dollars to 2-3 billion, and now it is 5-6 billion per year
            © Interview with Russian Ambassador to Belarus Mikhail Babich to RIA Novosti on March 14, 2019.


            Can I link to this interview?

            Quote: Alexey RA
            And what about the recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Putin is also to blame - did not fulfill the next Wishlist Lukashenko?


            This is true...

            Quote: Alexey RA
            Was there an independent Belarus under the USSR? If you want relations as in the USSR, join the Union.


            under the USSR, Belarus was an INDEPENDENT STATE with a voice in the UN.

            Quote: Alexey RA
            The gentlemen of Belarus should finally decide - who are they: the brotherly people or a sovereign state? And how to demand money from Russia is a brotherly people, and how to fulfill at least one request of Russia is a sovereign state at once.


            if Putin wants the Union, then he must support his ally, and not arrange tantrums because of apples.
    2. Black_Vatnik 3 January 2020 12: 23 New
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      Lukashenko, without betraying himself, is trading his friendship as best he can. And while he is trying to sit on two chairs, it is likely that someone will push him potatoes into the gap between the chairs.
    3. Svarog 3 January 2020 13: 58 New
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      Quote: WIn1945
      Integration is in full swing!

      There are no details at all in the article .. At what prices do they sell .. are they higher or lower than the world? or at least for the same Ukraine. Everything is covered in darkness. But the trend is not good. Now Belarus .. and Ukraine did not understand. Poor all this.
  2. Victor N 3 January 2020 12: 05 New
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    I think that this is not for long, Belarus will not find another oil. But selling natural resources at low prices means depriving Russia of natural rent, which is unacceptable.
    1. Aibolit 3 January 2020 12: 12 New
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      Yes, oil is now in bulk in the world, there are tankers, they are used like barrels.
      Here the digital must be watched:
      - the price of our
      - the price is not ours
      On stock in Minsk refinery.
      Both greats are fooling my opinion, but in the Baltics you get joy (there they did not declare a holiday an event) ???
      1. Ratmir_Ryazan 3 January 2020 13: 16 New
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        Both greats are fooling my opinion, but in the Baltics you get joy (there they did not declare a holiday an event) ???


        Belarus’s oil imports will never replace Russian exports of oil, coal, metals, which are now thrown from the Baltic ports to St. Petersburg ports.
    2. Ingvar 72 3 January 2020 13: 40 New
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      Quote: Victor N
      it means depriving Russia of natural rent, which is unacceptable.

      You tell Gazprom this - the power of Siberia will pay off in 30 years, when the depreciation of the pipeline will be 100%.
      1. NKT
        NKT 3 January 2020 14: 13 New
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        Nord Stream has a minimum life of 50 years. In addition, of course, a company is appointed that conducts maintenance and monitors its condition. Payback 30 years in the feasibility study of the project looked?
        1. Ingvar 72 3 January 2020 15: 42 New
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          Quote: NKT
          minimum life of 50 years.
          Perhaps, but there are those. documentation of operating costs of gas pipelines.
          Depreciation charges are determined only by network indicators,
          such as the length of gas pipelines, the number of regulatory installations, the number and arrangement of internal gas pipelines of consumers. These
          costs are determined by a fraction of the capital costs of the network as a whole and are usually estimated at about 5% (based on the life expectancy
          gas pipelines and equipment).

          After 30 years of operation, the gas pipeline will naturally not fall apart, but depreciation costs will exceed the original cost.
          1. NKT
            NKT 3 January 2020 16: 13 New
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            Did not understand you. Depreciation will reduce the tax base, is not it? You want to say that even after 30 years the NPV of this project is negative?
            1. Aibolit 3 January 2020 19: 43 New
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              That's right. See official 2x analysts of Sberbank from the beginning of 2019 ....
              They were fired within 1 day.
              And Gref personally apologized for the jamb in front of Timchenko and Rotenberg
            2. Ingvar 72 3 January 2020 20: 37 New
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              Quote: NKT
              that even after 30 years of NPV of this project

              No, he will only be a plus in 30 years. But just then depreciation costs will exceed the initial cost of the project. Let's imagine that we were presented with a gas pipeline - NPV in the first 30 years will be greater than after 30 years.
      2. vitvit123 3 January 2020 14: 35 New
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        Your awareness, definitely only envy!
        1. Ingvar 72 3 January 2020 15: 48 New
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          Quote: vitvit123
          Your awareness, definitely only envy!

          Do not envy Vitaly, this is one of mortal sins! wink If we sin on a large scale, then with pleasure! There is a suitable item in the list. wassat
          1. vitvit123 3 January 2020 20: 03 New
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            With your knowledge, you are definitely a billionaire! But for now, one question: those people who now (today) bought Gazprom shares are very, very stupid people? the stock price has been going up significantly for a very long time ....
            And thanks for the humor.
            1. Ingvar 72 3 January 2020 20: 30 New
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              Quote: vitvit123
              those people who now (today) bought Gazprom shares, very, very stupid people?

              Stupid people sell shares of a profitable enterprise.
              1. vitvit123 3 January 2020 20: 36 New
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                I don’t get it here. Gazprom shares rise again - is it bad for Gazprom?
                Or maybe I didn’t understand much .. well, again you’re wrong. Profitable enterprise is not always sold. Yes, you can promote and sell, but you can make a profit a certain time .. that's all if, yes if only ..
    3. Sars 3 January 2020 15: 57 New
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      The Old Man has another option - Kazakh oil. The KZ has already confirmed the delivery. Transneft will deliver railway transport.
      True, there is a lot of sulfur in this oil.
      1. Ingvar 72 3 January 2020 20: 31 New
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        Quote: SarS
        True, there is a lot of sulfur in this oil.

        In ours the same. request
  3. ML-334 3 January 2020 12: 08 New
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    Well, goods from Belarus are known to us, it would not be better.
    1. Krasnoyarsk 3 January 2020 14: 08 New
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      Quote: ML-334
      Well, goods from Belarus are known to us, it would not be better.

      Well, I don’t know, but I like Belarusian goods.
  4. bessmertniy 3 January 2020 12: 09 New
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    Tricked Old Man. In Russian oil profits are made. negative Friendship is friendship, and should not receive excess oil - so that he could not speculate.
  5. Kerensky 3 January 2020 12: 10 New
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    And when you fight, then we are always for you ... cheer. (C) Prince of Minsk.
    1. Black_Vatnik 3 January 2020 12: 38 New
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      He is not always a fan of Russia. When we were forced to hit the Georgian Bear’s teeth, the “Prince of Minsk” defiantly stood in a pose and stood there even when in Europe they were forced to admit that it was Mishiko who started the aggression. Then the Old Man openly bargained for the recognition of the new republics. But Wikilix generally said that in negotiations with the EU uncles and aunts, the old man declared Russia's guilt in the war 08.08.08
  6. rocket757 3 January 2020 12: 12 New
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    Everything is very difficult, the current owners can not untangle this ball.
    1. qQQQ 3 January 2020 12: 21 New
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      Quote: rocket757
      Everything is very difficult, the current owners can not untangle this ball.

      Nothing complicated, Old Man, taking advantage of the position of Russia’s practically only ally, wants to get oil for free (at Russia's domestic prices) for the purpose of refining and selling it at world prices, while at the same time he doesn't give a damn about our interests. Only he forgets that he has no friends besides Russia, and we simply cannot economically support Belarus. He wants domestic Russian prices, carry out integration, and no one has canceled the rules of the market, he is already set the lowest prices.
      1. rocket757 3 January 2020 12: 36 New
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        Not the level of "state men" that would be used to observe the interests of states and peoples.
        Everything is very sour.
        1. Mordvin 3 3 January 2020 12: 57 New
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          Quote: rocket757
          Not the same level as "state men",

  7. Moore 3 January 2020 12: 16 New
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    With such squads and enemies, you don’t need much ...
    1. Azimuth 3 January 2020 12: 23 New
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      Such friends are definitely not necessary !!!!! What others are there ??
      1. Moore 3 January 2020 12: 26 New
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        Army and Navy.
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          And VKS forgot!
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            In Russia, the Air Force (now VKS) is traditionally assigned to the army.
          2. Uncle Izya 3 January 2020 13: 56 New
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            And oil and gas
        2. Vyacheslav Viktorovich 3 January 2020 13: 27 New
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          Quote: Moore
          Army and Navy.
          Then it’s better to return the father. At least he did not drown us with two deck aircraft, floating dock and did not detonate a radioisotope source.
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            Then it’s better to return the father. At least he did not drown us with two deck aircraft, floating dock and did not detonate a radioisotope source.

            Its scope is broader. Drown the whole country, it’s not for you to crack boogies under your pillow
          2. Moore 3 January 2020 14: 44 New
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            Quote: Vyacheslav Viktorovich
            Quote: Moore
            Army and Navy.
            Then it’s better to return the father. At least he did not drown us with two deck aircraft, floating dock and did not detonate a radioisotope source.

            And he did not lose the Russo-Japanese War and did not sign the abdication. It’s ridiculous to talk about such trifles as the non-recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
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            Then it’s better to return the father. At least he did not drown us with two deck aircraft, floating dock and did not detonate a radioisotope source.

            But in a year he managed to drive the profitable Orsha ARZ into unprofitable enterprises (according to official statistics from the plant’s website) - after he nationalized the plant and simply took shares from Boguslaev.
      2. silver169 3 January 2020 12: 32 New
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        Azimut Like you, "friends" so definitely not necessary.
        1. Azimuth 3 January 2020 12: 50 New
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          Unlike you, I was born in the USSR and I am Belarus. For me, the word "friend" referring to Russian cuts the ear. Quickly We were taught to look at each other with prying eyes. And your sarcasm did not understand. Sincerely.
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            They’re sharing money with the bar, asking the people how they, they want to live, will never ask!
            By the way, the friendship of peoples, those bars, is not needed at all!
            She, for them, is even dangerous .....
            1. qQQQ 3 January 2020 20: 11 New
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              Quote: rocket757
              By the way, the friendship of peoples, those bars, is not needed at all!

              Only this friendship is understood as strange, Russia must contain everyone, and when it needs something, everyone remembers somehow that we are different countries and each has its own interests. Old Man and so much time for idle chatter was given the opportunity to live at the expense of Russia, it's time and conscience to know. And friendship for money is, in fact, banal prostitution.
          2. silver169 3 January 2020 15: 35 New
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            Azimut I was also born in the USSR, by the way, on the same day and year when Yuri Alekseevich Gagarin flew into space. In addition, I, a Russian, have lived in Belarus for more than 25 years and it pains me to watch Belarus slipping into the same abyss where the former Ukraine is found. Also, I advise you not to capitalize your nationality. Your dwarf "power", your "father," and you personally, have nothing to be proud of. Without respect ...
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            Quote: Azimut
            For me, the word "friend" referring to Russian cuts the ear.

            Like all Russian speech?
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              It is time to realize that after the US has been divided, dragged along the estates, only the "new bar" and their hangers-on can live well.
              Nothing will change as long as they manage to keep US against each other!
              DADDIES, PRESIDENTS, BAR, they are not eternal, but the peoples, FELLOWSHIP, KIND, always remain.
              Nothing itself will change, the top and so everything is in chocolate ........
  8. prior 3 January 2020 12: 19 New
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    “From Moscow, complaints were heard against official Minsk over the fact that Belarus, receiving oil at preferential prices, processes a substantial part of it for subsequent sale to third countries, including Ukraine.”

    And with whom does Ukraine have the largest turnover? Is it with Russia?
    So Belarus can’t sell petroleum products to Ukraine, but Russia’s coal, gas, electricity, diesel fuel and the rest of the list .... is it possible ?!
    Of course, these are not double standards, this is help to the "fraternal people."
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    2. Win1945 3 January 2020 12: 31 New
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      Patriots of all Russia do not understand this.
    3. Dizel200 3 January 2020 13: 12 New
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      Buy oil in the USA and resell Khokhlov, who forbids you?)))
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        Quote: Dizel200
        Buy oil in the USA and resell Khokhlov, who forbids you?))

        Well, so Ukraine and bought in Russia the most fuel of various types. It is corny cheaper.
        And slogans are good only on the Internet.
        Money conquers all.
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      Sell ​​YOURSELF and no one will say the words !!!
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      Quote: prior
      So Belarus can’t sell petroleum products to Ukraine, but Russia’s coal, gas, electricity, diesel fuel and the rest of the list .... is it possible ?!

      It’s possible, just buy it at market prices, otherwise you buy raw materials at domestic prices that seem to go to Belarus’s domestic consumption and resell them. I want to remind you that everything that is sold by Russia is mined and made by us, so the comparison is not in favor of Belarus. Sell ​​products of your own production, and we ourselves will sell ours, as a fraternal people and ally, you must understand the problems of Russia and help in solving them.
  9. Prisoner 3 January 2020 12: 24 New
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    Lukashenko still slipped to the level of a capricious courtesan, who believed in her absolute value. In vain he is. Keepers should be less demanding. winked What did Igor Valeryanovich say there? laughing “If you suck on someone else’s udder, don’t at least champ” (c)
    1. prior 5 January 2020 10: 02 New
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      Belarus will find oil, albeit more expensive, but it will.
      But where will Russia find such an ally as Belarus?
      Lukashenko, as he can defends the interests of his country, his people, in contrast to the Russian "Tsar".
      To tear three skins from our own - this is our way.
      Is it worth it then to complain about pensions, salaries and other "charms" of Russian reality ?!
  10. Operator 3 January 2020 12: 37 New
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    Schaz the United States will impose sanctions on Litvinians for the purchase of oil from the Iranians, after which a fan of Bandera Rygorych will switch to self-satisfaction laughing
  11. Tusv 3 January 2020 12: 38 New
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    Uncle Lukashenko. The economy of Belarus has aligned with the Russian one. Further sponsorship of the Belarusian economy is already at your expense, but by no means for our money.
    Threat. We also know how to twist Faberge
    1. Uncle Izya 3 January 2020 13: 58 New
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      Old Man told ministers look for alternative sources)))
      Probably if there were such, they would have been found long ago.
  12. Positiv 3 January 2020 12: 38 New
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    Transneft, meanwhile, notes that oil supplies in transit through Belarus through the Druzhba pipeline are ongoing.

    Again a provocation?
    It would be better if they wrote an article about Israel .. hi
  13. Mountain shooter 3 January 2020 12: 43 New
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    Oil from Iran, apparently. Sanction through and through. Well, Belarus is not used to speculating on this ... Will not buy cheap Russian? So good! Europe is "eating up" more, and at a different price!
  14. Avior 3 January 2020 12: 48 New
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    read here
    From Belarus, reports have come that local oil refineries (refineries) have stopped receiving Russian oil.

    but there are other accents in the news
    Starting January 1, 2020, Russia cut off oil supplies to Belarusian refineries. On Friday, January 3, according to RIA Novosti, citing a source in the oil industry of Belarus.

    “There is no transportation in the direction of Belarusian oil refineries,” the source said.

    According to him, at present, enterprises are operating normally on stocks of raw materials accumulated in December last year.

    So Belarus did not accept Russian oil or did Russia stop supplying it?
    there is a difference
    1. Monster_Fat 3 January 2020 13: 11 New
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      Well, well, remind me again, about "how bad it is in Ukraine" and about the next "KhPP with SP-2" .... and I almost forgot - about how in "5th time won in Syria ".... winked
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        "KhPP with SP-2

        Quietly ... She drowned ... repeat
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        Well, well, remind me again about "how bad in Ukraine"

        Is it already good in Ukraine? Am I missing something?
    2. Sergst 3 January 2020 13: 12 New
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      Starting from the new year, oil supplies to Belarus are carried out according to the new rules - only at the request of economic entities of Belarus. There are no applications yet, there are no deliveries. Maybe they just didn’t have time to submit applications, or maybe they don’t allow ....
  15. 30hgsa 3 January 2020 12: 51 New
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    There is love for money - such love is called prostitution.
    There is friendship for money - such a dime a dozen, most of the friends of the United States are.
    Lukashenko came up with a unique phenomenon - fraternity for money.
    Moreover, on the part of Lukashenko, the brotherhood is not expressed in anything real - he did not recognize Ossetia, Crimea, too, this Belarusian shrimp is already a parable in languages.
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      Quote: 30hgsa
      There is love for money - such love is called prostitution.

      The Russian government attributes the rise in fuel prices to rising prices in world markets. Those. own government "loves" own people exclusively at market prices. Cheaper, the family no longer give us. wink
      1. Svarog 3 January 2020 16: 05 New
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        Quote: Ingvar 72


        Exactly. Own people live in full self-sufficiency and at market prices, moreover, they also pay more taxes than in the USA. But at the same time, until now, the state believes that young citizens owe it (to the state). It's about serving in the army .. to give back the debt, so to speak .. I had my husband and I almost rowed up, and I didn’t call the military registration and enlistment office, but through the Investigative Committee .. in Tatarstan they say there’s a shortage of soldiers .. Despite the fact that the state does not pay the mortgage going for him, as well as support the child ..
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  16. fa2998 3 January 2020 12: 54 New
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    Old man gets off the needle. Belarus buys oil from Iran
    The Belarusian state company Belorusneft acquired 80 thousand tons of oil from the NIOC National Iranian Oil Company. The buyer was the Polish subsidiary of Belorusneft - Beloil Polska. Iranian oil will be delivered to Odessa and Latvian Ventspils, from where it will go by rail to Belarus

    Logistics is too complicated, and you will have to pay for transit. Yes and volumes are ridiculous. It looks like a demonstration of Belarus in relation to Russia. We can do it without you! And then there are discounts in oil prices. hi
  17. Yaro Polk 3 January 2020 13: 02 New
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    And what goods from Belarus, in Siberia, I did not see something or any goods from Belarus, the stew is not bad (not the cheapest way)), and then, you can find an analogue for a replacement .. for the same amount))
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      And what are the goods from Belarus,

      Tula region. Two shops. Starting from Minsky beer, ending with sausage.
      1. CommanderDIVA 3 January 2020 15: 10 New
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        Of the entire list of Belarusian grocery products, I sometimes only buy stewed Dreams, milk with powdered milk and palm oil, pastes and sausages with chemicals and a set of E, oatmeal in poor packaging a la USSR, and this is the whole Belarus on the shelves of Russian stores , textiles seem to be norms, I am for fair trade relations, and not for the maintenance of another country by subsidizing it to the detriment of the Russian population
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          I am for fair trade relations, and not for the maintenance of another country by subsidizing it to the population of Russia

          You do not understand a fig. Read the law on tax maneuver.
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            Read it yourself if you need, I express my opinion, this site has been created for this, and if you start a polemic about the tax maneuver, this is for you to use Soloviev’s program
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            Sorry to interfere, but you still did not give me a point to pay attention to ... and I also got the impression that you yourself did not read this law! And this contract can be associated with a bunch of other contracts, right? And in all these agreements only specialists can understand. Well, you too.
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        Judging by your comments, your interests are limited to beer and sausage.
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          your interests are limited to beer and sausage

          Somehow I mocked my boss. The second boss could not stand it: "Vova, get out of my sight!"
          1. CommanderDIVA 3 January 2020 17: 40 New
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            Take it easy on the bends, do you give such rude hints to your children, or even after the New Year’s Eve, does alcohol brain dope?
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              Easy cornering

              What hurt you? Sit on your couch. laughing
    2. Ingvar 72 3 January 2020 13: 53 New
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      the stew is kinda nice

      Rogachevskaya condensed milk is better than Alekseevskaya, although it is in accordance with GOST. Belarusian cheeses are not bad.
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        A condensed milk AMKA Ryazan is much better than this Rogachev. And to be honest (for my taste) Rogachevskaya is not condensed milk, but some kind of product. Bought several times, for me, this is not normal condensed milk. Here I do not agree. There are a lot of good and very good cheeses in Russia - the Byelorussian did not stand nearby.
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          Bought several times, for me, this is not normal condensed milk.

          I already understood your position - at least say something to you, and what facts you don’t give, all the same, Belarus and Belarus are worse. laughing
          As for cheeses - compare the import of palm oil from Russia and Belarus. wink
          1. vitvit123 3 January 2020 20: 28 New
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            Compare the population of Belarus and Russia. I think this does not clarify the situation much.
            And excuse me, specific questions (and facts, too), I asked you this, and I immediately received vague answers ...
            I really don’t see anything Belarusian that is not ordinary .. well, what kind of deaf and cheeses, well, what could be there? In Ryazan, go to decent shops and buy good quality products, only more expensive ... and far from Belarusian. Well, Belarusian is a wide consumer.
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              Quote: vitvit123
              Well, Belarusian is a wide consumer.

              You Crimeans tell about high-quality Russian milk.
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      Quote: Yaro Polk
      And what goods from Belarus did we not see in Siberia?

      Well then ... For example, here we sell Belarusian shrimps, brie cheese, camembert, from which Lithuanian stickers are not always torn off.
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        Here, for example, we sell Belarusian shrimp, brie cheese, and Camembert, from which Lithuanian stickers are not always torn off.

        So how many I do not go shopping - I have never come across. request
        The second point - if this is the place to be, then who is doing this in Belarus? Private traders, or the state? You will now say that this happens with the connivance of the state. But is this possible without the participation of our private traders and officials? No, our 100% in the subject, because without a host, this is not possible. So it’s not worth stigmatizing Belarus when there is nowhere to put stigmas on our “entrepreneurs” and officials. It is precisely thanks to them that 40% of alcohol on store shelves does not meet the declared standards. It is thanks to them that Russian cheeses are made on palm oil, unlike Belarusian ones.
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          So it’s not worth stigmatizing Belarus when there is nowhere to put stigmas on our “entrepreneurs” and officials

          Yeah, it's about "... and you have blacks lynched .." on the contrary. Does this mean that Belarusian crooks cease to be such, if the assortment of crooks are domestic?
          Quote: Ingvar 72
          It is thanks to them that Russian cheeses are made on palm oil, unlike Belarusian ones.

          Buy, for example, Altai-made cheeses without palm oil and you will be happy.
  18. sleeve 3 January 2020 13: 05 New
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    I propose to give up and take this as a dispute between business entities with sovereign legal platforms. It’s dirty to scold everyone who is trying to bring politics here.
  19. knn54 3 January 2020 13: 26 New
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    Belarus bought almost 2019 million tons of oil from Russia from January to October 15. If it were sold outside the EAEU, then. The Russian budget would receive $ 1,3 billion in treasury (export duty).
    Belarus already bought oil from Venezuela. It turned out in transit, and in tanks it is VERY expensive.
    An alternative to "Friendship" is the ports of the Baltic States. They will also sell Old Man as a "Slovak"
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      The Russian budget would receive $ 1,3 billion in treasury (export duty).

      We have a budget in surplus, but this is not easier for the people. request
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        To know whether it is easier or not easier, you need to try this way and that. Correctly ? And you speak only for one situation. So ?
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          you need to try this and that. Correctly ?

          Talk nonsense to Vitaliy. Over the past five years, the budget has been in deficit and in surplus. Those. tried both this way and that. The verdict is no easier.
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            What does the deficit or surplus. I speak for the income from the export duty for oil (you can bring gas). If we remove the income from export duties, then we would see how life would change or not. This is not the same thing at all! When there was a budget deficit, the expert fee (in a huge amount) came (anyway) to the budget. Here you are definitely cunning.
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              If we remove the income from export duties, then we would see how life would change or not

              And who offers to remove? belay But it’s stupid to think that if a “lost” export duty for oil and gas supplied to Belarus were added to the budget, then people in Russia would get better. The little egg is already bursting at the seams, there is nowhere to get the money, but life is really worse every day.
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                No . Here you are again disingenuous. Once again, to find out how we will live better or worse without export earnings, we need to live with and without income. So ? And deficit or surplus, this is not the topic,? Correctly ?
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                  Quote: vitvit123
                  And deficit or surplus, this is not the topic,? Correctly ?

                  Vitaly, do not be strange. All social programs, subsidies, medicine, education and the military-industrial complex depend on the state of the budget, i.e. from surplus or deficit thereof. So that's it.
                  Vitaly, if you want the right answers - ask the right questions. And even though I didn’t drink, I don’t understand you well.
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                    Question Are oil revenues related to a deficit or surplus budget? Those. if the budget is scarce, income, did it come from export? They came. And if it is a surplus, export earnings also came.
                    And to find out how we can get along without export earnings
                    --- If it were sold outside the EAEU, then. the Russian budget would receive $ 1,3 billion into the treasury (export duty) - you need to try to live without export earnings.
                    You say above that it makes no difference that the Russian Federation has not received 1,3 billion. Export duties from Belarus, citizens do not notice this.
                    And I say to find out what difference it is necessary to live without export income and export income, then we will find out if there is a difference or not. And then you famously said so, well, you didn’t receive 1,3 billion, people didn’t feel anything terrible ... let's all suffer without duties and see how we heal? But the budget deficit and surplus are not the topic ..
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                      so let us all suffer without duties and see how we live?

                      Why are you doing this? Nobody called everyone to drop duties, I already wrote to you above. Belarus did not violate the terms of the EAEU agreement, so why so much bile? So you and your wife live? Even when you are scandalizing with her, does she continue to feed you dinner, or asks for money?
                      Vitaly is good, we speak different languages.
                      1. vitvit123 4 January 2020 11: 56 New
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                        My wife is my family! Belarus is another state! You catch the difference! They are not our family. What you and I are talking about and I and a lot of people, and you substitute the meaning when you need it. Because it's very simple, you always start a debate in the wilds, but when your words are specifically sorted out to you, you start to pretend ...
                        once again my wife, this is one family, and Belarus, this is another (alien) state! You mix intentionally, but here you miscalculated.
                        So write your comment based on the fact that Belarus is another state. And justify your thoughts based on this, and not exposing false (confusing) phrases (as with a wife).
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                        My wife is my family! Belarus is another state! You catch the difference!

                        Your wife is a completely different organism (albeit part of your family). Belarus, Russia and Ukraine are one nation (albeit different states). It’s a pity that it doesn’t reach you.
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                        -------- Belarus, Russia and Ukraine are one nation (albeit different states). It is a pity that this does not reach you --------

                        I just understand this and really wish (unlike the non-self-reliant ones too)! And you advocate that Belarus only live at the expense of Russia, but does not integrate into Russia. After all, you always say that everything in Russia is worse than in Belarus, and therefore why Belarus should be part of Russia! Why are you hypocritical?
                        So what is the people alone? they don’t understand it yet. if Belarusians would like to be part of Russia, they would join, but they say that Russia is bad, oligarchs, corruption, etc. .... and you support them. let Ukraine also sell resources at preferential prices, open a market, etc. , and let them blame Russia, fight with it ... ?? YES ?
                        You decide. If we are one people, then we must live in the same family (then what I, then them, even more was before). it will be, no matter how you twist. do you know why? because lack of money will force! I hope this is happening slowly with Ukra and Belarus. They can’t get anywhere, it’s very easy to do, because they don’t have their own economy, without Russia. It just needs to be done slowly (and ours do), so it’s better to reach them (then another 200 years is enough).
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                        Do not touch the Belarusians .. and Old Man! We’ll figure it out without your advice! hi
                      5. vitvit123 4 January 2020 21: 35 New
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                        Who you are ? what will you deal with? maybe we are better without you?
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                        Who you are ? what will you deal with? maybe we are better without you?

                        Many questions dear .. hi
                        Alas, without "us" in any way ..
                        Wave after wave of persecution against Belarusians ...
                        Useless !!!
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                        Since it’s useless, don’t strain and go where nobody needs you.
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                        Since it’s useless, don’t strain and go where nobody needs you.

                        I can’t alas .. I’m trying to prevent the persecution of peoples, to the delight of some ..
                        How many more of these "mice" will pop up here?
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                        Get gratitude and still calm down.
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                        Get gratitude and still calm down.

                        I get constantly here lol
                        Yes, I’m calm, already used to everything .. I just write what I think from the heart! You can’t?
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                        Well, in this situation, I would not want to communicate with you.
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                        Well, in this situation, I would not want to communicate with you.

                        And I am with you too .. hi But you yourself get in touch .. I just answer "nothing."
                        I don’t remember you .. But I wrote to the journal just in case .. bully
                      13. vitvit123 4 January 2020 22: 09 New
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                        Didn't you fit into my dialogue with another person?
                      14. Tutahman 4 January 2020 22: 12 New
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                        Quote: vitvit123
                        Didn't you fit into my dialogue with another person?

                        Sorry, you read a little .. It seems normal! hi Close the topic?
                      15. vitvit123 4 January 2020 22: 13 New
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                        I did not start it with you. No need to apologize to me.
                      16. Tutahman 4 January 2020 22: 15 New
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                        Quote: vitvit123
                        I did not start it with you. No need to apologize to me.

                        Well, okay .. Maybe we will meet again in the open spaces hehe
                      17. vitvit123 4 January 2020 22: 17 New
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                        I would not want to.
  • Zeev Zeev 3 January 2020 13: 33 New
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    This is not Belarus stopped taking oil. It was Russia that stopped supplying oil to Belarusian refineries so that Rygorych could quickly “integrate”. And he’s not going to share power at all
  • Thrifty 3 January 2020 13: 38 New
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    If only Lukashenko did not start the selection from the pipe, as the Ukrainians with gas did in the order of things!
  • Mentat 3 January 2020 13: 46 New
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    Minsk and Moscow have been arguing for a long time over final oil prices for Belarus. There were complaints from Moscow against official Minsk over the fact that Belarus, receiving oil at preferential prices, processes a significant part of it for subsequent sale to third countries, including Ukraine. To this, the authorities of Belarus each time stated that friendship and allied relations should not rest solely on money.

    What wonderful impulses the current authorities of Belarus have! We’ll listen to what exactly the leader of the leaders of these authorities, Lukashenko Alexander Grigoryevich, is talking about:
    “We don’t need low prices for oil and gas, we need equal conditions ... with the Smolensk region (gas for $ 75) ... And if not, why the hell do we need such an alliance ?!”
    [Thunderous non-stop applause and moved exclamations of tenderness]
    1. Mordvin 3 3 January 2020 15: 19 New
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      Quote: Mentat
      [Thunderous non-stop applause and moved exclamations of tenderness]

      Yeah. So Chechnya is remembered when their refinery was not allowed to bomb.
      1. vitvit123 3 January 2020 20: 18 New
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        I'm curious. And you are in high positions in min. Was there a defense? Have you personally watched all this or read it, saw it on TV?
        1. Mordvin 3 3 January 2020 20: 42 New
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          Quote: vitvit123
          Have you personally watched all this or read it, saw it on TV?

          I am an ordinary fighter.
          1. vitvit123 3 January 2020 20: 44 New
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            How can you know such details? Or just gossip?
            Why am I asking this because I personally saw some plants (in what form they were) ..
            1. Mordvin 3 3 January 2020 20: 47 New
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              Quote: vitvit123
              How can you know such details?

              When Rokhlin takes you to land mines, you will also know.
              1. vitvit123 3 January 2020 20: 49 New
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                What are we talking about? Why are you pulling Rokhlin here? Am I asking you specific questions?
                1. Mordvin 3 3 January 2020 20: 51 New
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                  Quote: vitvit123
                  Am I asking you specific questions?

                  I do not see. Specific.
                  1. vitvit123 3 January 2020 20: 54 New
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                    -How do you know such details? Or just gossip? -

                    is this not a specific question?
                    1. Mordvin 3 3 January 2020 20: 56 New
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                      Quote: vitvit123
                      How can you know such details?

                      Does it bother you? I know a lot ...
                      1. vitvit123 3 January 2020 20: 58 New
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                        Did you and I switch to YOU?
                      2. Mordvin 3 3 January 2020 21: 02 New
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                        Did you and I switch to YOU?

                        Yes, do not care. At least for you, even for you ... You are ten years younger than me, so I ask you not to express yourself wassat
                      3. vitvit123 3 January 2020 21: 06 New
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                        Well, if you do not care, then you! I do not agree, I'm even sure you are 20 years younger than me ...! So listen to me! And do not lose face!
                        fellow
                        And what about a specific issue? I correctly understood that you repeat gossip?
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                        Quote: vitvit123
                        Well, if you do not care, then you!

                        Frets, Comrade General. soldier
                        Quote: vitvit123
                        So listen to me

                        Does the cradil fly? Well, low ... recourse
                        Quote: vitvit123
                        I correctly understood that you repeat gossip?

                        like flies here and there rumors go to their homes and toothless old women carry them to their minds

                        Eh ... Kroll Agency to help you ...
                      5. vitvit123 3 January 2020 21: 18 New
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                        Well, for the second time! I am satisfied. I like to communicate with such.
                      6. Mordvin 3 3 January 2020 21: 20 New
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                        I am satisfied. I like to communicate with such.

                        And I really like it ... Already I can’t eat .... laughing
                      7. vitvit123 3 January 2020 21: 26 New
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                        Well, thin, by force ... I just showed that you write gossip (without a twinge of conscience), but I did not want to spoil your appetite. You write what you yourself heard or saw, then it will turn out to argue. And so, this is called balabolstvo. wassat
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                        Quote: vitvit123
                        You write what you yourself heard or saw, then it will turn out to argue. And so, this is called balabolstvo.

                        Ahhh! I understood you! You are a bureaucrat! laughing
                      9. vitvit123 4 January 2020 11: 49 New
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                        Call it what you want. I can’t understand how you can talk about something and not have an idea about it, not be responsible for my words
                        ... I always like to push idle talk into his own misunderstanding ...
  • bratchanin3 3 January 2020 13: 47 New
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    Allied relations, when is it beneficial for Belarusians?
  • depressant 3 January 2020 14: 08 New
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    The fact is that Russia is reducing export duties for everyone. To the limit, accessible to Belarus. Of course, Belarusians do not want to pay anything beyond what they pay now. But obviously have to. Or a real union state, or pay like everyone else. So they think what to do. And technological supplies, that is, such that their equipment does not die, continue.
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      Of course, Belarusians do not want to pay anything beyond what they pay now. But obviously have to. Or a real union state, or pay like everyone else.

      Do you know that Belarusians are paid in rubles for their products. Union state, as it were. But I demand dollars for oil from Belarusians. Here this very "integration" ends instantly. Our problems are in our "alligarchs" ..
      1. vitvit123 3 January 2020 20: 26 New
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        So think about what kind of products Belarus has ... and to whom it rested, if not for kind Russia allowed to bring it to its market.
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  • Strashila 3 January 2020 14: 31 New
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    Old Man adopts the best achievements of the Russian business in pulling the currency and withdrawing it abroad.
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    The question is of course interesting, more news feeds indicate that Russia has stopped delivery. You claim that Belarus suspended import.
    Where is the truth?
  • dgonni 3 January 2020 15: 00 New
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    Not Belarus suspended, but Russia blocked the faucet. What a big difference!
    1. Vyacheslav Viktorovich 3 January 2020 16: 22 New
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      I am generally amazed at the local presentation of this news.
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    When were the refineries in Belarus state owned? Who will believe it.
    Owners in Russia!
    1. Alexga 3 January 2020 16: 59 New
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      State. About 20 years ago, Slafneft bought most of the shares of the Mozyr Oil Refinery and began to bankrupt it. And this is where Slavneft’s power ended.
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        Clear. Thank.
  • RussianRoulette 3 January 2020 15: 35 New
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    Oh, this is a creative, mustachioed, cunningly baked bread.
  • Finn 3 January 2020 16: 04 New
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    Lukashenko must play poker well. Bluffs to the last, and after the last, bluffs again.
  • monah 3 January 2020 16: 29 New
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    [quote = prior] "From Moscow, complaints were heard against official Minsk over the fact that Belarus, receiving oil at preferential prices, processes a substantial part of it for subsequent sale to third countries, including Ukraine."

    And with whom does Ukraine have the largest turnover? Is it with Russia?
    So Belarus can’t sell oil products to Ukraine, but Russia’s coal, gas, electricity, diesel fuel and the rest of the list ....
    [quote = prior] "


    Who doesn’t mind? Trade what you have grown- potatoes, bananas, Polish bacon ... But take oil in Russia for benefits and sell gasoline to a country that has been “at war” with Russia for 5 years ???
    1. The popuas 3 January 2020 16: 46 New
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      Do not boil, Russia itself sells gasoline and diesel fuel in the outskirts ....
  • Sergey49 3 January 2020 16: 51 New
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    Every dollar Lukashenko spent on foreign oil is lost for the Russian budget.
  • Alexga 3 January 2020 16: 56 New
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    Why all this hype ?! Business is business. Sell ​​more expensive, buy cheaper. And that’s all.
  • 75 Sergey 3 January 2020 17: 02 New
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    Belarus, which supplies us fraternally:
    - food contaminated with radiation;
    - tractor "Belarus" because of which we pranked our factories;
    - missile carriers of the MZKT, instead of developing their KZKT and BAZ;
    - machine tools, another factory producing CNC machines in Savelovo was closed.
    Yes, with such friends, no enemies.
    Old Man can understand, of course, he is trying for his country, and our capitalists do not care about homegrown how they will receive a profit and a hundred after that.
  • Mentat 3 January 2020 17: 49 New
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    And with whom does Ukraine have the largest turnover? Is it with Russia?
    So Belarus can’t sell oil products to Ukraine, but Russia’s coal, gas, electricity, diesel fuel and the rest of the list ....


    You do not distort there. It's not about that at all. And the fact that Lukashenko ignores the agreement on the terms of export of cheap oil refined products.
  • Old Horseradish 3 January 2020 18: 33 New
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    Zombies have a holiday. Loudly pulled the song around the fire.
    "Belarusians are bad
    Ukrainians are not brothers
    Kitayose friends and allies forever, together tear America.
    Tricky plan, everybody beat, everybody beat "
    PS But in fact they defeated and destroy the friendship between the Slavic peoples. Or one Slavic people, as you like. Howl further.
  • gorenina91 3 January 2020 19: 38 New
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    -And that Lukashenko has already left his dream to import oil from Kazakhstan ???
  • vasek5533 3 January 2020 22: 56 New
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    Quote: knn54
    Belarus bought almost 2019 million tons of oil from Russia from January to October 15. If it were sold outside the EAEU, then. The Russian budget would receive $ 1,3 billion in treasury (export duty).
    .... "

    If ... a typical huckster mistake. He is thinking of driving the same amount to another buyer more expensive and earning, but in fact the export will decrease and the budget will receive less money ... well, what to explain to patriots.
  • Alexga 3 January 2020 23: 09 New
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    Well, RIA published the essence of the problem. The Russian side wants a market price plus $ 10 premium per 1 ton. The Belarusian side does not want to pay the premium premium. Something like this.
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      This price existed last year. It’s just that the Russian Federation wants to leave it, and Belarus wants to lower it. Now the price of oil for Belarus is 80% of the world, in 2014 it was 50%.

      Russia launched a tax maneuver in the oil sector in 2015. Now its final stage is being realized. It is assumed that in 2019-2024, the export duty on oil in Russia, which Belarus does not pay when importing hydrocarbons, will decrease from 30 to 0%. At the same time, the tax on the extraction of minerals will increase, which may lead to an increase in the input cost of oil for Belarus to virtually the world level. Belarus estimates the lost revenue during the tax maneuver at $ 10 billion. Belarus wanted compensation for the tax maneuver. But Moscow said that this can be expected after the unification of the tax laws of the two countries.