Lukashenko again called on Russia to lower gas prices for the republic

Lukashenko again called on Russia to lower gas prices for the republic

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has once again called on Russia to lower prices for gas supplied to the republic. This was reported by the Belarusian media.


The Belarusian leader on Thursday, after a conversation with Prime Minister Sergei Rumas, said that the price of Russian gas for the republic should be reduced, due to the mismatch of gas prices for Europe and Belarus. According to him, Moscow sells gas to Europe at $ 70 per thousand cubic meters, while for Belarus gas is still sold at $ 127 per thousand cubic meters, and this happens in the year of the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

Yesterday I received information that Russia sells natural gas to Europe at this difficult time, up to $ 70: $ 65-68, but not $ 127, as for Belarus. (...) Well this is not the case, I'm not talking about the year of the 75th anniversary that Germany sells natural gas up to $ 70, as I have information, it was different there, but not $ 127, like for Belarus

- the media quoted the words of Lukashenko.

This is not the first call by the Belarusian president to lower gas prices. In early April of this year, he proposed that Moscow reduce the cost of gas to $ 40-45 per thousand cubic meters and thereby help the republic in the fight against coronavirus infection.

It should be noted that the price of gas for Belarus in 2020 was maintained at the level of the past, 2019, and amounts to 127 dollars per thousand cubic meters. The agreement was signed by Gazprom’s head Alexei Miller and Belarus’s ambassador to Moscow Vladimir Semashko in February this year. According to Belarusian media, in May negotiations between the parties on new gas prices may take place.
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  1. Alexga 14 May 2020 13: 09 New
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    Well, it will begin now!
    1. The Little Humpbacked Horse 14 May 2020 13: 11 New
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      So we sell to Europe, and we give Belarus, there is a difference
      1. cniza 14 May 2020 13: 16 New
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        Quote: Humpbacked Horse
        So we sell to Europe, and we give Belarus, there is a difference


        What did you mean? can be more detailed ...
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          1. Sector 14 May 2020 14: 32 New
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            Quote: Sandor Clegane
            Quote: cniza
            What did you mean? can be more detailed ...

            yes he just farted, ignore

            Something a lot of such puppeters on the first lines got divorced .. That's the problem! And our oligarchs have been "urinating" Lukashenko economically and in information space and for more than a year ..
            He periodically literally kicks them out of the country with residents of money with their money .. That's angry with him! And Putin. That only laughed and kept quiet .. But after all, Belarusians and us are pitted with such articles and especially the headings to them ..
            Hold on to Lukashenko and do not trust our media .. Russia for the most part for you .. hi We can’t play against Belarusians ..
            1. Cyril G ... 14 May 2020 14: 50 New
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              Lukashenko was asked to give an opportunity to deploy a Su-27SM squadron in the republic in 2015. How did you end up saying?
              Long shouted "Yaki, he is all from himself irreplaceable!"
              1. Sector 14 May 2020 15: 04 New
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                Quote: Cyril G ...
                Lukashenko was asked to give an opportunity to deploy a Su-27SM squadron in the republic in 2015. How did you end up saying?
                Long shouted "Yaki, he is all from himself irreplaceable!"

                Well it was a deal! So, after all, the persecution began in all “our” media and not ours .. He asked for benefits from Russia for gas and so on, because his country would have been even more poisoned, etc. for the deployment of military bases in Russia! the same Baltic and other
                I understand him, he is worried about Belarus, the people do not live richly, but reliably .. And the Sechins, the Friedmans and the Millers with their suitcases will buy it and they’ll buy everything and the people will be driven out to the streets .. We’ll probably send you Samoslavs and fertilizer plants to you from the west not needed, too unprofitable .. Potatoes out of Israel can also import cheap meat from Poland ..etc. After all, would that be so?
                A Belarusian stew? My wife admired it, there is real meat and I, too, was shocked ..
                1. Cyril G ... 14 May 2020 15: 14 New
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                  There were already benefits. He was offered to work, he stood in a pose. Then Moscow began to slowly tighten the nuts. Belarus and local Natsiks began to cherish about a year in 2012. And all pro-Russian people by that time in Belarus had been cleaned up. Similarly did Yanyk, by the way, at about the same time. But there was more fun ...
                  1. Shurik70 15 May 2020 00: 03 New
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                    And about the price of $ 70 to Europe - IT'S TRUE?
                    If true, then this is a serious mistake (or intentional crime). Allies should not be sold more expensive than enemies and neutrals.
                    1. Cyril G ... 15 May 2020 08: 25 New
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                      Lies along the way. The calculation is not able to use the Internet and receive information. Well I wrote in the comments the price tag of gas for Europe
                    2. musketon64 16 May 2020 11: 30 New
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                      No, it's not true. This is another rhetoric in the style of Lukashenko
                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUWi7raBGV4
                2. radiootdel4 14 May 2020 16: 03 New
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                  What nonsense ...
                  Sechins, Friedmans and Millers with suitcases of dough and buy everything and people will be driven out into the streets
                  - is that what you decided?
                  That's who exactly expels to the streets, so it's a dermocratic geyropa. They need to be afraid, not Russia. Ukraine is an example to you - see how the country was robbed and destroyed.
                  You either do not see the obvious because of the cereal in your head, or just a provocateur.
                  1. at84432384 14 May 2020 19: 17 New
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                    Russia was robbed and kicked out of the people much earlier than Ukraine. Moreover, quietly, without Maidan. And this was not done by the "geyropa", but by the Russian authorities. so Lukashenko has something to be afraid of.
                    1. Paranoid50 14 May 2020 20: 07 New
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                      Quote: at84432384
                      Russia was robbed and driven out into the street

                      laughing laughing laughing Klats-klats-klats directly from the street or from the nearest Internet club, not otherwise. And in debt. yes Or saved some bread. request
                3. Xnumx vis 14 May 2020 16: 46 New
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                  Quote: Sektor
                  ..He asked for privileges from Russia for gas and so on, because his country would have been further poisoned, etc. for the deployment of military bases in Russia!

                  I suggest. Russia pays for gas supply to the Republic of Belarus ... laughing Agree on the amount of payment separately ... 45 dollars per thousand cubic meters laughing ... Or it will not be enough am
                4. IS-80_RVGK2 15 May 2020 11: 23 New
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                  Quote: Sektor
                  I understand him for Belarus, he is going through, the people do not live richly, but reliably ..

                  Nichrome you do not understand him. Money and power are his priorities. Caring for Belarus and Belarusians is somewhere in 10th place. And we pay for his ambitions. The money that we pour into Belarus could be spent on Russia, where there are a lot of problems. Money was given essentially for an integration project. But as a result, we slowly get a second Ukraine close by. And do not talk about our oligarchs. If tomorrow we stop subsidizing Belarus, Lukashenko will be forced to sell plants under much worse conditions to Chinese (and he is already there), American, European capital. Which quietly part of the factories will close and expel workers in the cold. I do not campaign for our capital, to me it is extremely disgusting. If I had the opportunity, I would multiply all of them by zero. But objectivity for the sake of it will be so.
            2. avg
              avg 14 May 2020 16: 13 New
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              But Belarusians and I are pitted with such articles and especially headlines for them ..
              Hold on to Lukashenko and do not trust our media .. Russia for the most part for you ..

              So Luke and pits his pearls. And then he will gather journalists, and Rygorych suffered ...
              In a word, do not confuse Luke with the people, and don’t sign for the whole of Russia, answer for yourself.
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          1. vavilon 14 May 2020 14: 14 New
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            Yes, no one contains anyone. The Belarusian people are our people and they have the same rights to resources as Russia, only Russian oligarchs profit from this and all that.
            Russia itself pushes away from itself and then yell through all channels in all throats, we are brothers !!
            1. purple 14 May 2020 14: 22 New
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              Why Belarus then sells its products to us at horse prices? A gas discount requires ...
              1. Virus-free crown 14 May 2020 14: 26 New
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                Quote: purple
                Why Belarus then sells its products to us at horse prices? A gas discount requires ...

                well, well, maybe more in detail ??? ))) in those stores where I buy food, products from Belarus are 10-15-20 percent cheaper than local wassat
                1. purple 14 May 2020 14: 27 New
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                  Quote: Crown without virus
                  well, well, maybe more in detail ??? ))) in those stores where I buy food, products from Belarus are 10-15-20 percent cheaper than local

                  oh well ...
                  1. Virus-free crown 14 May 2020 14: 28 New
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                    Quote: purple
                    Quote: Crown without virus
                    well, well, maybe more in detail ??? ))) in those stores where I buy food, products from Belarus are 10-15-20 percent cheaper than local

                    oh well ...

                    go to your local five or a magnet - put the price tags here for local products and Belarusian - weakly ?! hi bully
                2. _Sergei_ 14 May 2020 16: 07 New
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                  We have local sausage Krakowska from 420 to 500 rubles, and Belarusian 750 rubles.
                  1. Virus-free crown 14 May 2020 16: 16 New
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                    Quote: _Sergey_
                    We have local sausage Krakowska from 420 to 500 rubles, and Belarusian 750 rubles.

                    I don’t know about sausage - I buy it once a year on NG - I do not like it)))
                    as well as milk, cheese, butter, cottage cheese - definitely cheaper !!!
                    1. Ryaruav 14 May 2020 18: 36 New
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                      people in Smolensk were not in magnets and dixy, but in Moscow and further east I will not argue there may be more expensive
                      1. Virus-free crown 14 May 2020 20: 37 New
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                        Quote: Ryaruav
                        people in Smolensk were not in magnets and dixy, but in Moscow and further east I will not argue there may be more expensive

                        Here he’s right back from the store, just for an example:
                        1 liter of milk from Brest - 78 rubles
                        1 liter of milk Prostokvashino - 98 rubles
                        180 g butter from Brest - 139 rubles
                        180 g of oil Prostokvashino - 169 rubles

                        etc
                      2. not main 14 May 2020 22: 30 New
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                        Quote: Crown without virus
                        Quote: Ryaruav
                        people in Smolensk were not in magnets and dixy, but in Moscow and further east I will not argue there may be more expensive

                        Here he’s right back from the store, just for an example:
                        1 liter of milk from Brest - 78 rubles
                        1 liter of milk Prostokvashino - 98 rubles
                        180 g butter from Brest - 139 rubles
                        180 g of oil Prostokvashino - 169 rubles

                        etc

                        And are you sure it's milk and butter?
                      3. Virus-free crown 14 May 2020 22: 31 New
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                        Quote: non-primary
                        Quote: Crown without virus
                        Quote: Ryaruav
                        people in Smolensk were not in magnets and dixy, but in Moscow and further east I will not argue there may be more expensive

                        Here he’s right back from the store, just for an example:
                        1 liter of milk from Brest - 78 rubles
                        1 liter of milk Prostokvashino - 98 rubles
                        180 g butter from Brest - 139 rubles
                        180 g of oil Prostokvashino - 169 rubles

                        etc

                        And are you sure it's milk and butter?

                        ABSOLUTELY!!! drinks the taste of village milk and butter I have not forgotten so far ... hi
                      4. Mordvin 3 14 May 2020 22: 37 New
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                        Quote: non-primary
                        And are you sure it's milk and butter?

                        From Prostokvashino? No, not sure. sad
                      5. Virus-free crown 14 May 2020 22: 44 New
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                        Quote: mordvin xnumx
                        Quote: non-primary
                        And are you sure it's milk and butter?

                        From Prostokvashino? No, not sure. sad

                        When and if suddenly we stop selling Brest-Litovsk products, I will buy Prostokvashino products wassat I tried the rest - "garbage in vegetable oil" am
                      6. your1970 17 May 2020 00: 09 New
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                        Quote: Crown without virus
                        Quote: mordvin xnumx
                        Quote: non-primary
                        And are you sure it's milk and butter?

                        From Prostokvashino? No, not sure. sad

                        When and if suddenly we stop selling Brest-Litovsk products, I will buy Prostokvashino products wassat I tried the rest - "garbage in vegetable oil" am

                        Butter and milk Dubki is real! Milk has a shelf life of 7 days and it is real milk, not powdered, sour as expected ... butter is no worse than Brest of Lithuania.
                      7. Virus-free crown 17 May 2020 02: 55 New
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                        Quote: your1970
                        Quote: Crown without virus
                        Quote: mordvin xnumx
                        Quote: non-primary
                        And are you sure it's milk and butter?

                        From Prostokvashino? No, not sure. sad

                        When and if suddenly we stop selling Brest-Litovsk products, I will buy Prostokvashino products wassat I tried the rest - "garbage in vegetable oil" am

                        Butter and milk Dubki is real! Milk has a shelf life of 7 days and it is real milk, not powdered, sour as expected ... butter is no worse than Brest of Lithuania.

                        They don’t sell Oaks in our Pyaterochka - I can’t judge hi
                        And Brest-Litovsk - a shelf life of 14 days - and only the wife makes her buy milk when she makes pancakes - for others DO NOT sour so quickly)))
                  2. not main 14 May 2020 22: 56 New
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    Quote: non-primary
                    And are you sure it's milk and butter?

                    From Prostokvashino? No, not sure. sad

                    Are you sure from Belarus? Let me remind you about shrimp from Belarus, other seafood, as well as apples that are harvested in Belarus an order of magnitude less than they are sold! And who told you that it was produced in Belarus? And let's say not brought from the Baltic states? And then packaged in containers with accessories to Belarus!
                  3. Mordvin 3 15 May 2020 00: 17 New
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                    Quote: non-primary
                    Let me remind you about shrimp from Belarus, other seafood, as well as apples that are harvested in Belarus by an order of magnitude less than they are sold!

                    Heh, we, in the Tula region, produce sprats.
                  4. not main 15 May 2020 01: 05 New
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    Quote: non-primary
                    Let me remind you about shrimp from Belarus, other seafood, as well as apples that are harvested in Belarus by an order of magnitude less than they are sold!

                    Heh, we, in the Tula region, produce sprats.

                    I am happy for Tuliakov! For the residents of the Tula region!
                  5. Mordvin 3 15 May 2020 01: 12 New
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                    Quote: non-primary
                    I am happy for Tuliakov!

                    Yes, no. Sprats are so-so, to say the least. Some kind of beaten, but crumpled. It is not clear in which pond it was caught. laughing The boys caught the bleak on TV, and it looked better. crying
                  6. not main 15 May 2020 01: 30 New
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    Mordvin 3 (Vladimir) S

                    I don’t know how with bleak, but the vendace stocked up every year! Frankly speaking, smoked vendace, released in oil, is ... sprats are resting!
                  7. Mordvin 3 15 May 2020 01: 40 New
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                    Quote: non-primary
                    vendace stocked up every year!

                    We do not have it. But in principle, it differs little from bleak. Sunflower seeds. wink
          2. Virus-free crown 15 May 2020 13: 26 New
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            Quote: non-primary
            Quote: mordvin xnumx
            Quote: non-primary
            And are you sure it's milk and butter?

            From Prostokvashino? No, not sure. sad

            Are you sure from Belarus? Let me remind you about shrimp from Belarus, other seafood, as well as apples that are harvested in Belarus an order of magnitude less than they are sold! And who told you that it was produced in Belarus? And let's say not brought from the Baltic states? And then packaged in containers with accessories to Belarus!

            STOPUDOVO !!! hi I'm not a sucker - information trading is my main business bully (this is if you tell us very briefly and roughly what I can do best laughing )
          3. Ingvar 72 16 May 2020 11: 38 New
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            Quote: non-primary
            Are you sure from Belarus? Let me remind you about shrimp from Belarus,
            Belarus does not import a million tons per year of palm oil. wink And about the shrimp - already fed up with this argument. Banana is imported into Belarus through Russia, but no one blames us for this, right? This is the private trade of individual LLCs, OJSCs and ZAOs, and has nothing to do with the state. hi
  • Ingvar 72 16 May 2020 11: 33 New
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    Quote: _Sergey_
    local sausage Krakow from 420 to 500 rubles, and Belarusian 750 rubles.

    Read the composition. wink Belorussian is almost always in accordance with GOST, and the local one is who is much to what. We have "Krakow" from the "Quality Factory" according to GOST three times more expensive than the same according to TU. hi
  • Brturin 14 May 2020 18: 32 New
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    Quote: Crown without virus
    well, well, maybe more in detail ??? )))

    "But, by the way, our friends, manufacturers from Belarus, sell equipment in our market, and in considerable quantities, and Rostselmash can not sell a single agricultural machine in the Belarusian market" - December 1919
  • your1970 14 May 2020 22: 39 New
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    Belarusian cheese is more expensive than ours within 100 rubles, sausages 100-150 difference
    1. Ingvar 72 16 May 2020 11: 43 New
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      Quote: your1970
      Belarusian cheese is more expensive than ours within 100 rubles, sausages 100-150 difference

      A lie of pure water. When was the last time you were in the store?
      In addition, it is not correct to compare cheese products with cheeses - Russia in 2019 imported a million (!) Tons of palm oil.
      1. your1970 16 May 2020 18: 28 New
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        Yesterday.
        Cheese Black Knight (RB) 440 - our 350-370, our smoked sausage 500, Belarusian 600-670
        1. Ingvar 72 16 May 2020 20: 31 New
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          Quote: your1970
          our 350-370

          Is that ours? I was in Lenta yesterday, more or less quality cheese under 700 r. I don’t think that you Lambert equals parmesan and dor blue? wink What is cheaper is not entirely appropriate to call cheese, just read the composition.
          Quote: your1970
          Our smoked sausage 500, Belarusian 600-670

          Read the composition again. Cheese smoked in accordance with GOST apiece passes the price. All that is cheaper from meat products of the tenth grade and chicken meat. And pay attention - all this is indicated on the label.
          There is a catalog of tapes on the Internet, and there are some of the lowest prices in our city. request
        2. your1970 16 May 2020 20: 40 New
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          If the city of Moscow, then it’s quite understandable why the raw smoked chicken passes apiece. There can be 5 trumpets. Moreover, it can also be
          Quote: Ingvar 72
          meat products of the tenth grade and chicken meat.
          .
          In our province - there is no such mass sausage - it’s too expensive, they won’t take it ...
          Given that we can take beef for 250 rubles a kilo- NOT rinse.
        3. Ingvar 72 17 May 2020 09: 55 New
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          Quote: your1970
          If the city of Moscow

          Tolyatti. High-quality raw smoked chicken "Soviet" Syzran meat processing plant according to GOST 1200 rubles. per kg Raw smoked TU sausage product from Dymov or Cherkizovskaya in the region of 600-700.
          Quote: your1970
          we can take beef for 250 rubles a kilo

          Breast with bone or ribs on the first - yes. Pulp 450-500.
        4. your1970 17 May 2020 10: 16 New
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          We discussed this issue regarding the delivery of meat. Togliatti is a very expensive city, even in Samara they take home meat in bulk much cheaper, Syzran is the poorest, they don’t give more than 180 ....
          Look Dubki- quite decent sausages, butter and milk
  • Vitalich57 15 May 2020 06: 11 New
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    The addresses of these stores in the studio ................
  • PROXOR 14 May 2020 14: 32 New
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    Fiercely plus. Being a direct representative of the Mogilev plant electric motor, we can’t get normal adequate prices to successfully compete with Chinese and “Russian” (Chinese) engines. They know that in Russia ... OPA is due to quarantine, and take the money and lay it out for them.
    I am silent about the resale by the Old Man of everything Russian that Ukraine needs, that it cannot buy directly from Russia.
  • Sklendarka 14 May 2020 15: 47 New
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    For horses it can also be at horse prices, but your products are cheaper than for those who produce them in Belarus.
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  • Quote: vavilon
    Yes, no one supports anyone. The Belarusian people are our people and they have the same rights to resources as Russia, that’s why only Russian oligarchs profit and that’s all


    What other oligarchs do we have raised the retirement age in Russia and raise taxes every year, why should I maintain a neighboring independent state from my taxes
    1. Sklendarka 14 May 2020 15: 48 New
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      Brother, we have raised the retirement age two years earlier than the air force ...
  • Sector 14 May 2020 15: 43 New
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    Quote: Humpbacked Horse
    Quote: cniza
    What did you mean? can be more detailed ...


    $ 100 billion hidden account: how Russia contains the Belarusian economy
    https://www.rbc.ru/economics/02/04/2017/58e026879a79471d6c8aef30

    Bulk reported? Yes, and so much enthusiasm from this fake .. So keep the Libereons negative Lukashenko probably went nuts from such amounts in his pocket ..))))
  • Ross xnumx 14 May 2020 18: 24 New
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    Quote: cniza
    What did you mean? can be more detailed ...

    I will offer you the details:
    There is such a parameter:
    USD / MMBtu - the price of 1 million British thermal units in US dollars.
    This determines the price of gas.
    To date (14.05.2020/1/000), 000 BTU was quoted at $ 1,6777. Based on the calculation that 1 m ³ of natural gas contains 35 BTU, you can calculate the price for 000 m ³. She is approximately $ 1000. You can count yourself:
    1 1: 000 000 = 35, 000 28
    2, 28 m³ cost $ 5714
    1000 m³ - x
    3.x = 1,6777 x 1000: 28,5714 = 58, $ 7195
    Thus, today it was possible to buy gas at $ 58,7195 per 1000 m³.
    Now decide for yourself how Mr. Miller solves personal problems. Or are you sure that he eats up the last piece of horseradish without salt, and Gazprom is a national treasure, like the Power of Siberia and other troubles? I can say for sure that this manager will not pay Naftogaz $ 2,918 billion.
  • Alexga 14 May 2020 14: 14 New
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    Yeah! We sell to Europe for 70, and to Belarus we give for 127! Logic, die and not get up!
    1. Cyril G ... 14 May 2020 15: 00 New
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      Of course, I may have looked in the wrong direction, but GAZ goes to Europe on long-term contracts, as I understand it, and I found a price of 210 euros, but not 70 at all .... That is, it’s more tangible than in Belarus. Lukashenko’s statement for whom then is calculated?
  • Basil50 14 May 2020 18: 08 New
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    skate
    You did not understand. In its simplicity, Lukashenko announced the conditions of competition in European markets. In addition to the Lukashenko clan in Belarus, there are simply NO other oligarchs, so this is a scream in the style of Panikovsky - * give a million, give a million *.
    If you believe European publications, there, in Belarus, the regime is set to * dad duvalier * with * death squads * and other * charms * of the privatized state.
    And can Belarusians be decent without financial injections?
    What kind of blackmail is this alliance with NATO, or what the hell knows what?
    And then they are surprised that they are considered parasites.
  • Civil 14 May 2020 13: 26 New
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    So what? It’s not a pity for Belarusians. You might think this is the personal gas of the people of Russia. We also have it for the money.
    1. Olgovich 14 May 2020 13: 58 New
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      Quote: Civil
      It’s not a pity for Belarusians.

      sorry / not sorry these are not categories of state trade: everything should be under the contract.

      Otherwise, what is the criterion?
      1. Civil 14 May 2020 14: 10 New
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        Quote: Olgovich
        Quote: Civil
        It’s not a pity for Belarusians.

        sorry / not sorry these are not categories of state trade: everything should be under the contract.

        Otherwise, what is the criterion?


        It is clear, also from effective optimizers) saving on the people, now in Belarusian)
        1. Kronos 14 May 2020 14: 13 New
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          He is from the monarchists, they are in close connection with capital
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            Quote: Kronos
            He is from the monarchists, they are in close connection with capital


            Such and their deceased mother, the price tag to hell will be sent for weeding her grave.
        2. Alexey RA 14 May 2020 14: 15 New
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          Quote: Civil
          It is clear, also from effective optimizers) saving on the people, now in Belarusian)

          And why should Russia contain an independent sovereign state, which also does not support Russia?
          And so already at 6 billion dollars a year in Belarus pumped. And in response to what?
          1. Civil 14 May 2020 14: 22 New
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            Quote: Alexey RA
            Quote: Civil
            It is clear, also from effective optimizers) saving on the people, now in Belarusian)

            And why should Russia contain an independent sovereign state, which also does not support Russia?
            And so already at 6 billion dollars a year in Belarus pumped. And in response to what?


            Not Russia, but Gazprom. Gas benefits for the Russian population are also not provided.
            1. Alexey RA 14 May 2020 14: 30 New
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              Quote: Civil
              Not Russia, but Gazprom.

              Half Russia. smile
              And why should the PJSC support a foreign state, losing profits on this (and its state will lose taxes)?
              Quote: Civil
              Gas benefits for the population of Russia are also not provided.

              That is, in the end, Belarus will be supported at the expense of Russian citizens.
          2. purple 14 May 2020 14: 23 New
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            And in response to what?
            Let's!!!
          3. Virus-free crown 14 May 2020 14: 30 New
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            Quote: Alexey RA
            Quote: Civil
            It is clear, also from effective optimizers) saving on the people, now in Belarusian)

            And why should Russia contain an independent sovereign state, which also does not support Russia?
            And so already at 6 billion dollars a year in Belarus pumped. And in response to what?

            And in response, in the Gomel region, for example, they do NOT stand in place of “conserved” points from the time of the USSR perching)))
            1. Alexey RA 14 May 2020 14: 46 New
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              Quote: Crown without virus
              And in response, in the Gomel region, for example, they do NOT stand in place of “conserved” points from the time of the USSR perching)))

              And what, 6 billion evergreens annually is not enough for this?

              In general, a cool fraternal state is obtained: drive money, brother, otherwise I'll bring a neighbor with a gun.
              1. Virus-free crown 14 May 2020 15: 04 New
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                Quote: Alexey RA
                Quote: Crown without virus
                And in response, in the Gomel region, for example, they do NOT stand in place of “conserved” points from the time of the USSR perching)))

                And what, 6 billion evergreens annually is not enough for this?

                In general, a cool fraternal state is obtained: drive money, brother, otherwise I'll bring a neighbor with a gun.

                but when you hire an army or hire guards there, you tell them - in general, you are on your own, live what you want - but whatever my safety would suffer from this ?! bully
                1. Alexey RA 14 May 2020 16: 27 New
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                  Quote: Crown without virus
                  but when you hire an army or hire guards there, you tell them - in general, you are on your own, live what you want - but whatever my safety would suffer from this ?!

                  Did someone hire someone? Or a certain private security company began to demand weapons and money on the basis that it supposedly protects us. At the same time, there is no agreement with the private security company, his manager says to all requests that his office is independent and sovereign, and that his “client” has no money. no brains.
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                    Quote: Alexey RA
                    Quote: Crown without virus
                    but when you hire an army or hire guards there, you tell them - in general, you are on your own, live what you want - but whatever my safety would suffer from this ?!

                    Did someone hire someone? Or a certain private security company began to demand weapons and money on the basis that it supposedly protects us. At the same time, there is no agreement with the private security company, his manager says to all requests that his office is independent and sovereign, and that his “client” has no money. no brains.

                    Have you even seen a map of the European part of Russia in your eyes? Belarus - the last bastion in front of NATO
                    1. Alexey RA 15 May 2020 10: 33 New
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                      Have you even seen a map of the European part of Russia in your eyes? Belarus - the last bastion in front of NATO

                      This bastion is a gate in the open field. Russia has a border with NATO countries, which is 130 km from the country's second largest city and 580 km from the capital.
                    2. Virus-free crown 15 May 2020 13: 29 New
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                      Quote: Crown without virus
                      Have you even seen a map of the European part of Russia in your eyes? Belarus - the last bastion in front of NATO

                      This bastion is a gate in the open field. Russia has a border with NATO countries, which is 130 km from the country's second largest city and 580 km from the capital.

                      Just why is that in the Second World War in this "clean field" every third inhabitant died, giving the USSR the opportunity to accumulate strength and wipe the Third Reich into dust hi
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                Do you even think "guard" what you write. I wanted to explain it in an accessible way, but decided not to offend. So culturally - the Belarusian army CANNOT defend one of the two strongest armies in the world. So everything is exactly the opposite, with the only difference being that we do not require money from you.
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                  Quote: avg
                  Do you even think "guard" what you write. I wanted to explain it in an accessible way, but decided not to offend. So culturally - the Belarusian army CANNOT defend one of the two strongest armies in the world. So everything is exactly the opposite, with the only difference being that we do not require money from you.

                  1. I’m generally Russian and live in the near Moscow region
                  2. As for me - let the perching be based in Poland than 800 km from my house bully
                  1. avg
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                    Pershing is not based in Europe, not because Luke is so scary. but because behind it stands Russia with all its might. There is such a thing - "Nuclear umbrella." So the one who is deploying it pays, and only Luke wants the opposite. If Russia had not covered him, then he, as the "last dictator," would have been shavish for breakfast long ago.
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                    Quote: avg
                    Pershing is not based in Europe, not because Luke is so scary. but because behind it stands Russia with all its might. There is such a thing - "Nuclear umbrella." So the one who is deploying it pays, and only Luke wants the opposite. If Russia had not covered him, then he, as the "last dictator," would have been shavish for breakfast long ago.

                    Please, re-read what you yourself wrote, and express your thoughts differently, because you contradict yourself in each message wink
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                    I explain the last time - Umbrella in Russia. She fraternally allowed Belarus to take shelter from the rain there, and the “blue-eyed” requires money for this.
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                    I explain the last time - Umbrella in Russia. She fraternally allowed Belarus to take shelter from the rain there, and the “blue-eyed” requires money for this.

                    Then answer why in the Orags, from which the fraternal people protect Russia, gas is sold cheaper? belay
            2. Albert1988 14 May 2020 16: 45 New
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              As for me - let the perching be based in Poland than 800 km from my house

              They don’t pay 800 lard for basing the pershing 6 km from your home, and create problems incompatible with a normal existence, as for Ukraine ...
              For 6 lard annually, our Iskander should stand there on a permanent and free basis ...
  • Vladimir_2U 14 May 2020 14: 20 New
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    It is clear, also from effective optimizers

    Olgych then? He is also a Russophile, an adherent of the Holodomor.
  • Olgovich 14 May 2020 14: 49 New
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    It is clear, also from effective optimizers) saving on the people, now in Belarusian)

    who is YOU personally, a sufferer for the people, interfering with helping Belarusians from YOUR pocket?
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      Quote: Olgovich
      who is YOU personally, a sufferer for the people, interfering with helping Belarusians from YOUR pocket?

      From our POCKET we all pay to Gazprom, including your work here. The Russian people are in the same position as the Belarusian, only for us there is no one to ask Gazprom for a discount.
      1. Olgovich 14 May 2020 15: 50 New
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        From your POCKET We all pay to Gazprom

        Again we. request

        1. help the fraternal people a concrete denyuzhku push!

        2. Create a petition to the Government of the Russian Federation demanding a reduction in the price of gas for it.

        3. Inform later, how many millions have subscribed to it. yes
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        Quote: Civil
        From our POCKET we all pay to Gazprom, including and your work is here.


        Fir-trees! And then I ... request

        WHERE TO GET ?! belay
        1. Ross xnumx 14 May 2020 18: 46 New
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          Again we.

          1. Help the fraternal people a concrete denyuzhku from yourself!

          2. Create a petition to the Government of the Russian Federation demanding a reduction in the price of gas for it.

          3. Inform later, how many millions have subscribed to it.

          And when "you" debts of $ 120 were written off by "you" created a petition, or how did you figure it out yourself? Something I did not see the government’s petition for the allocation of 000 rubles for additional capitalization of banks ...
          Mu ... Mi ... Mo ...
          About such people they just said that for 300% ...
          You would take into account the tone of Lukashenko and the situation of the republic. And then you are presenting us with the request of the President of Belarus, as an ultimatum.
          We all understand that it is simply living for those millions who have 12 per month. And those few who work (so that there is no temptation to “drop everything and leave us with our gas fields”) only for millions of dividends live “difficult and difficult”.
          A drop in hydrocarbon prices does not fit into your theory. Does not dock in any way. Either horns, or hooves, or a tail, or a nickle stick out from everywhere ...
          But Belarus must be pressed. So to strangle, to make it easier for the soul ... To avenge them on the parade held in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory ...
          And then we wonder where all the friends went. The country is crammed with only “partners”.
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            And when "you" debts of $ 120 were written off by "you" created a petition, or how did you figure it out yourself?

            so get them YOU if capable such.

            And transfer from YOUR pension - to the support of friends, WHO is in the way, I ask again?
            Quote: ROSS 42
            You would take into account the tone of Lukashenko and the situation of the republic.

            And who will take into account the situation in Russia? Lukashenko-account? Maybe Crimea recognized for those dozens of Billion dollars that were actually donated to him?
            Quote: ROSS 42
            A drop in hydrocarbon prices does not fit into your theory. Does not dock in any way. Either horns, or hooves, or a tail, or a nickle stick out from everywhere ...

            Everything fits. Do not like it, go around the market, look for cheaper.

            Better let the horns stick out than stupidity
            Quote: ROSS 42
            But Belarus must be pressed. So to strangle, to make it easier for the soul ... To avenge them on the parade held in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory ...

            What nonsense, what 2 revenge? belay

            a gamble with exposure to the health risks of tens of thousands of involuntary, subordinate people, let it remain on the conscience of Lukashenko, a PR-zealot for the "tradition of the parade," which, however, for 50 years in total, did not exist,
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              so get them YOU if capable such.

              This is not a reason to forgive them. Hanging and hanging.
  • Vladimir_2U 14 May 2020 14: 19 New
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    sorry / not sorry this is not a category of state trade: everything should be on a contract basis.
    Does Olgych suspect about preferences for union countries?
    1. Alexey RA 14 May 2020 14: 32 New
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      Quote: Vladimir_2U
      Does Olgych suspect about preferences for union countries?

      And what is the alliance of Belarus?
      In that, receiving $ 6 billion a year, her leadership responds to any requests from Russia with the standard mantra about inadmissibility of external pressure on a sovereign independent state? wink
      1. Cyril G ... 14 May 2020 15: 01 New
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        Absolutely right....
      2. Ross xnumx 14 May 2020 18: 56 New
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        Quote: Alexey RA
        And what is the alliance of Belarus?
        Is it that, receiving $ 6 billion a year, its leadership answers any requests from Russia with the standard mantra about the inadmissibility of external pressure on a sovereign independent state?

        They slipped a training manual for you, or are you just lying in the selfless devotion of the party ("Edru") and the government of public trust?
        Really. It turns out that they are so overgrown ... Allocating to Belarus $ 6 billion, the Russian authorities calculated that the minimum wage in Russia should be 12 rubles a month, and in order to earn a pension, it would be necessary to refine it to 130 years. And then something the pressure of the population on the sovereign government has increased. Taxes, fines, coronavirus do not take them ... And these beggar neighbors defeated ...
        Billions of money are stolen, burned in boozes and orgies, taken offshore, distributed in the form of bonuses and surcharges, and then they decided to make an accurate calculation ... wassat So with us, Kudrin does it. You are not from his department?
        1. Alexey RA 15 May 2020 10: 40 New
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          Quote: ROSS 42
          They slipped a training manual for you, or are you just lying in the selfless devotion of the party ("Edru") and the government of public trust?

          I quote an interview with the Russian ambassador to Belarus, Babich, after which the Belarusian Foreign Ministry became hysterical, called the ambassador an accountant, but did not refute a single figure of him.
          Quote: ROSS 42
          Really. It turns out that they are so overgrown ... Allocating to Belarus $ 6 billion, the Russian authorities calculated that the minimum wage in Russia should be 12 rubles a month, and in order to earn a pension, it would be necessary to refine it to 130 years. And then something the pressure of the population on the sovereign government has increased. Taxes, fines, coronavirus do not take them ... And these beggar neighbors defeated ...

          Essentially have something to say? On what basis should Russia finance an independent sovereign state that refuses all requests for support? With the same success, you can sponsor Georgia or Ukraine.
          1. Ingvar 72 16 May 2020 11: 53 New
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            I quote an interview with the Russian ambassador to Belarus, Babich, after which the Belarusian Foreign Ministry became hysterical, called the ambassador an accountant, but did not refute a single figure of him.

            Is there a link to reliable figures voiced by Babich?
    2. Olgovich 14 May 2020 14: 54 New
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      Does Olgych suspect about preferences for union countries?

      preference from his pockets independent a state that has many tens of billions of dollars of preferences from Russia, but even does not recognize Crimea.

      they would pay. like Germany and so on. flew into the pipe with their economic "miracle" that survived on the neck of Russia
      1. Vladimir_2U 14 May 2020 15: 36 New
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        Yes, of course, Germany in NATO for Olgych is much closer than Belarus.
      2. Vladimir_2U 14 May 2020 15: 44 New
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        Prefer independent states from your pocket

        Personally, I pay all taxes as a citizen of Russia. It is of course somewhat naive, but I would like to somehow influence the money that I gave to the state. And what is Olgych, who is he? Does this Russophobe pay Russian taxes?
  • prior 14 May 2020 14: 49 New
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    The last fascists gas for $ 70.
    Allies, brothers with whom they fought and won at 127 dollars, are almost 2 times more expensive.
    And still demand - do not dare to be indignant.
    What's this? Who will like this?
    1. Maikcg 14 May 2020 16: 24 New
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      The mustachioed rich-vector once again confuses the price of small volumes on the spot for "all" and large volumes on long-term contracts, which by the way are also take-or-pay. And deliberately silent about the price of transportation. Vobschem let them not whine about discounts, but like the market and buy cheaper if he is so smart.
  • Barmaleyka 14 May 2020 13: 22 New
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    already tired but father
    1. DEDPIHTO 14 May 2020 13: 33 New
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      already tired but father

      laughing Yes, he was just beginning to kick the greedy Kremlin redneck. Oil is already buying from the Saudis ... winked
      1. Dym71 14 May 2020 14: 05 New
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        Quote: DEPHIHTO
        Yes, he was just beginning to kick the greedy Kremlin redneck. Oil is already buying from the Saudis ...

        So after all, according to the logic of Fatherland, one must be indignant and demand purchasing in Russia fellow
  • KVU-NSVD 14 May 2020 13: 28 New
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    Under European contracts, the price of gas is tied to oil prices. When we agreed on a price with Belarus, this moment was not taken into account. So why complain right now? You can understand Lukashenko, but they signed a contract. Didn’t you read it? Or did not provide such situevina? Cho is now to blame, it is necessary ask about the decline. not the feelings about Victory Day.
    1. Vladimir16 14 May 2020 14: 51 New
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      This not a good person said that the war was a Russian war, and the Belarusians were affected. So what the hell did he suddenly think of the war?
      He is not a gypsy for an hour? Or an Indian? It cannot be determined either with the war, or with the terms of the gas contract, or with the union state.
  • Igoresha 14 May 2020 13: 29 New
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    I remember there were times when Ukrainians paid less for gas than Russians, so to speak
  • knn54 14 May 2020 13: 30 New
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    If only I did not have to pay extra, as in the Odessa joke.
  • Maks1995 14 May 2020 13: 30 New
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    Not a day without Belarus.
    Actively traded. And moreover personally, without any Sects and Millers ...
    And this can be a plus for him ....
    1. Lelek 14 May 2020 14: 25 New
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      Actively traded.

      hi
      Cheating and blackmail under patriotic sauce before the election in Belarus. By the way, another pretender appeared for an armchair with a sweet surname Victor Babariko, laden with Alexander Grygorich:
      1. Maks1995 14 May 2020 17: 00 New
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        Yes to sneeze.
        Old Man and 3 years ago, so bargained, without any elections ....
        Shrimp, promezan, engine repair of different ....
  • Thunderbolt 14 May 2020 13: 38 New
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    According to Belarusian media, in May negotiations between the parties on new gas prices may take place.
    I think that it’s a good time to raise the issue of a Russian military base on Belarusian soil again. So to speak, check the clock by military CSTO unit.
    1. Cyril G ... 14 May 2020 15: 03 New
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      But father I remember with the air base sent far a couple of times. We only have Vileyka there, and then there are a bunch of civil servants of citizens of the Republic of Belarus.
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      The answer will be simple - there will be no new ones, the radar and communication center are likely to remain so as not to escalate the situation.
  • Siberian 66 14 May 2020 13: 39 New
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    We probably have a lot more fraternal Slavic countries - allies who can cover us in the first battle, and generally stand shoulder to shoulder. What is so, it is possible to sell gas at a higher price, the main thing is to tear off a pretty penny, these are not Western capitalists who imposed sanctions on us.
    1. Quote: Siberian 66
      who can cover us in the first battle, and generally stand shoulder to shoulder


      You are a little behind life and think in the past. Of those Belarusians with whom you have to work, and these are young people from 25 years old, they have no thoughts about any fraternal Slavic peoples, moreover, many young people in Belarus have a map of the Pole, and they look they are in Europe, and they openly chuckle at Russia, they say they will always help and give money, they will not go anywhere
      1. Siberian 66 14 May 2020 14: 59 New
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        And what to look at us if we push them from ourselves. You didn’t notice that as soon as we quarreled around oil, the Americans instantly declared that they would help Belarusians in solving their problems. Well, let's push them away, the Americans will take our place, we the Warsaw Pact countries have miscalculated what we got? American bases. Let’s now go to the principle (although the principle of selling to Belarusians more expensive than to Europe is somehow very doubtful), we get a second Ukraine and NATO bases on the border. Will it be easier? But we will observe the principle. Sometimes for the sake of politics it is necessary to seek compromises in the economy.
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          Well, let's push them away, the Americans will take our place,


          There is no our place there, I repeat, the youth of Belarus looks to the West, Russia for them, only a temporary cash cow

          MEPs supported agreements on visa facilitation and readmission with Belarus. For Belarusians, short-term visas will become cheaper, and applications will be considered faster.
          The European Parliament recommended that the EU conclude two agreements with Belarus: on simplifying the issuance of visas and on readmission of persons staying without permission. For the first document at a plenary meeting in Brussels on Wednesday, May 13, 634 European deputies voted, 48 were MPs against, abstained - 4. The readmission agreement was supported by 560 European MPs, 117 voted against and 13 abstained. This was reported by the DW correspondent.
          1. Siberian 66 14 May 2020 15: 15 New
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            And didn’t you think that this Europe has seized Belarus and is rightly pouring gifts? Is it good? Or pragmatic?
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            There is no our place there, I repeat, the youth of Belarus looks to the West, Russia for them, only a temporary cash cow

            A familiar pattern, and on the outskirts was with panties .. And who are they now? There is nothing from the former USSR, I mean industry and other high-tech industrial enterprises of industrial activity .. Some goats are safe from tormented processions in Kiev and blood is pouring in the Donbass .. AND EVERYTHING! Do you want the same in Belarus? Oh well..
          3. DNS-a42 14 May 2020 17: 34 New
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            Quote: Humpbacked Horse
            There is no our place there, I repeat, the youth of Belarus looks to the West, Russia for them, only a temporary cash cow
            But is the Russian Federation somehow trying to attract neighbors? Or should Belarusians try for her?

            Quote: Humpbacked Horse
            MEPs support visa facilitation and readmission agreements with Belarus

            Memory tablet: On June 1, 2007, the “Agreement on the simplification of the visa regime between the Russian Federation and the EU” entered into force. Horrible!
    2. Alexey RA 14 May 2020 14: 19 New
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      Quote: Siberian 66
      We probably have a lot more fraternal Slavic countries - allies who can cover us in the first battle, and generally stand shoulder to shoulder.

      All these wars are not our wars. © AHL
      And I still don’t remember how the Belarusian Foreign Minister laid a wreath at the monument to Georgians in Tbilisi. those who died in Abkhazia and South Ossetia "for the independence of Georgia".
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        Quote: Alexey RA
        Quote: Siberian 66
        We probably have a lot more fraternal Slavic countries - allies who can cover us in the first battle, and generally stand shoulder to shoulder.

        All these wars are not our wars. © AHL
        And I still don’t remember how the Belarusian Foreign Minister laid a wreath at the monument to Georgians in Tbilisi. those who died in Abkhazia and South Ossetia "for the independence of Georgia".

        Just for some reason, Lukashenko held a parade in honor of the 75th anniversary of our victory - and we "merged"
        1. IS-80_RVGK2 14 May 2020 14: 46 New
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          Only for some reason you do not have any questions about such versatile behavior.
        2. soloveyav 14 May 2020 14: 59 New
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          But because he is smart, unlike Ukrainian figures. They decided to slam the door loudly for which they got it, and Lukashenko is cunning, he does not refuse Soviet ideology. And in Russia, for some reason, many still believe that everyone who is for the USSR is for them. But this has long been wrong.
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            Quote: soloveyav
            while Lukashenko is cunning, he does not refuse Soviet ideology. And in Russia, for some reason, many still believe that everyone who is for the USSR is for them. But this has long been wrong.

            This ideology for modern Belarus is nothing more than a sham. Belarus today is the same capitalist state as we are. Extremely dubious statement. If only because modern Belarus is not for the USSR. They have a sluggish drift to Lithuania in the interests of maintaining power and capital.
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              And I do not deny, this is just a cover with a hint of nostalgia + gives the votes of pensioners and moral support from the Russian Communists)))
        3. Sidor Amenpodestovich 14 May 2020 15: 08 New
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          I watched the Victory Parade in Minsk in the 19th year.
          Lukashenko, dressed in military uniform, at first saluted, but after a few minutes he dropped his hand.
          I don’t know, but it personally seems to me that it would be better if I didn’t raise it at all, and if you still salute, then hold your hand until the end of the parade. And then somehow solid.
          This year until the end gave?
          1. Sklendarka 14 May 2020 16: 20 New
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            There was no parade on Victory Day in 19, the parade was held on July 3 on the Day of the Liberation of Minsk from Nazi invaders.
            1. Sidor Amenpodestovich 14 May 2020 16: 54 New
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              Obviously, you are right. I apologize for the inaccurately indicated event.
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                Quote: Sydor Amenpospestovich
                Obviously, you are right. I apologize for the inaccurately indicated event.

                okay, drove through ...
    3. Maikcg 14 May 2020 16: 36 New
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      Our allies are the army and navy. And all these "fraternal" ones, they are not allies, they do not even pull on mercenaries, because mercenaries at least work out their payment. And not brothers, what kind of brothers they are to us with blackmail like "give money just like that, or else I’ll go to NATO." In Peru, these "brothers." Independence is an expensive thing today.
  • IS-80_RVGK2 14 May 2020 13: 47 New
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    In early April of this year, he proposed that Moscow reduce the cost of gas to $ 40-45 per thousand cubic meters and thereby help the republic in the fight against coronavirus infection.

    Well, well done. And tell me or my relatives who will help in connection with the coronary crisis? We must probably too clink Putin.
    1. Virus-free crown 14 May 2020 14: 35 New
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      Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
      In early April of this year, he proposed that Moscow reduce the cost of gas to $ 40-45 per thousand cubic meters and thereby help the republic in the fight against coronavirus infection.

      Well, well done. And tell me or my relatives who will help in connection with the coronary crisis? We must probably too clink Putin.

      You are for Putin "no one can call you in any way" - sorry !!! I am the same for Putin laughing
  • veritas 14 May 2020 13: 49 New
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    According to him, Moscow sells gas to Europe at $ 70 per thousand cubic meters, while for Belarus gas is still sold at $ 127 per thousand cubic meters, and this happens in the year of the 75th anniversary of the Victory in World War II.

    In relation to the fraternal people, one must be fair, and even more so in difficult years. Of course, prices for Belarus should be less than for Europe.
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      And Belarus for Russia? Or is it based on the principle that yours is ours, and that mine is mine? And what other fraternity under capitalism? All our relations with Belarus show this. Maybe enough already engage in nonsense with these constructions of the union states? And then how much money is needed right away we are building a union state and one people. And how we received the money right away we are an independent state and great lithuania.
      1. Altona 14 May 2020 18: 31 New
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        And what other fraternity under capitalism? All our relations with Belarus show this.

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        So here many are pushing for a contract with Gazprom, which Old Man can easily overturn in any European court due to the monopoly of this contract. That is, on commercial relations. Then what does the "brotherhood" have to do with it? And if the "brotherhood", then you have to give gas at some other price tag. In general, in this situation, the Old Man can easily get 3 billion from Gazprom and it will be completely "brotherly." Russia has driven itself into such a corner now. How else to explain that it is necessary to lower the price of gas for him, I do not know. The contract is all spelled out. But the same contract can be easily and simply thrust into Gazprom in one place, if the trial begins in the European court prescribed in the contract.
  • bratchanin3 14 May 2020 13: 51 New
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    In principle, Lukashenko is right! Apparently, Putin did this out of kinship. They do the same with Russian motorists, on the principle of “hit your own, so that strangers are afraid.”
  • rotmistr60 14 May 2020 13: 52 New
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    DEDPIHTO
    Oil is already buying from the Saudis ...
    And what is cheaper? What Belarusian “port” do tankers come to? Or airplanes?
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      Or airplanes?
      It should be just an epic low-cost airline. laughing
  • vavilon 14 May 2020 13: 52 New
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    For Belarus, in the first place, the price of energy should be as in the domestic market of Russia
    1. Alexey RA 14 May 2020 14: 22 New
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      For Belarus, in the first place, the price of energy should be as in the domestic market of Russia

      Only after the entry of Belarus into Russia. What the AHL does not want - and constantly talks about the unacceptability of such a step.
      One fraternal state we have already sponsored cheap gas.
      Empire learned a lesson. Empire thanks!
      1. Sector 14 May 2020 14: 47 New
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        Only after the entry of Belarus into Russia. What the AHL does not want - and constantly talks about the unacceptability of such a step.
        We have already sponsored one fraternal state with cheap gas.

        Lukashenko is the only one of those who managed to keep state-owned enterprises inherited from the USSR and not working well .. When reunited with Russia, “our oligarchy” will simply shut down these enterprises .. That's why Old Man is worried, not for power .. By the way, if he participated in the election of the head of Russia , he would have a great chance to win the election .. I am sure of that! Putin, of course, raised Russia well, but he is too connected with his friends Fridamnom, etc. Well you guys understand wink
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          Lukashenko is the only one of those who managed to keep state-owned enterprises inherited from the USSR and not bad at work

          The price and sponsor of this conservation was announced by Ambassador Babic. smile
          1. IS-80_RVGK2 14 May 2020 19: 25 New
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            I wonder how long it will last. Logically, the further we fall into the crisis, the more acute will be the struggle for markets. We will no longer have money to help the advanced Belarusian economy. And fraternal Belarusians in this situation are not particularly interesting to us. The union state is naturally covered with a copper basin.
        2. QWERTY 14 May 2020 17: 56 New
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          Companies would not work with the annual "fraternal" gratuitous aid of 6 billion dollars .... You think about the figure - 6 billion for 9 million of the population. And where will these enterprises put products, in the absence of the Russian Federation? WEIGHT? But is it necessary there?
  • Fluk54 14 May 2020 14: 18 New
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    They bring up little brothers ... Or take revenge.
  • purple 14 May 2020 14: 31 New
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    go to your local five or a magnet - put the price tags here for local products and Belarusian - weakly ?! hi

    let's get you started, and I will support
  • Andrei Nikolaevich 14 May 2020 14: 36 New
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    If he continues to be his long tongue, to chat then the gas in general, will be turned off. Balabol is irresponsible.
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    Exploitation of the theme of victory ... again.
    The contract, therefore, the deer signed.
  • askort154 14 May 2020 14: 39 New
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    According to him, Moscow sells gas to Europe at $ 70 per thousand cubic meters, while for Belarus gas is still sold at $ 127 per thousand cubic meters, and this happens in the year of the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

    Years fly by, and he remained at the level of the political officer of the tank company. Sewing epaulettes of marshals is not a problem; the problem is worthy of reaching them.
    Trying to remember which of the modern presidents puts on a marshal’s uniform in parades? Only Africans come to mind. fool
  • Altona 14 May 2020 14: 47 New
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    Formally, Butska is right, if it’s a market, then let it be a market. Because 127 versus 70 somehow, hmm, it will be bold. On the other hand, let Old Man supply himself with a reverse or a spot somehow, if he doesn’t need our hydrocarbons. By and large, I am for the Old Man, because Miller does not have any sense to feed these 57 differences.
    1. soloveyav 14 May 2020 15: 15 New
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      Formally, he is rather wrong, because there is such a thing as a contract on the market. For example, if you entered into an agreement for the supply of spare parts and tomorrow they have fallen in price, you still have to pay as much as is written. Of course, you can terminate the contract, but it may include, for example, a penalty for early termination, which you must pay. But in order to avoid such problems, negotiators signing a contract need forecasting in order to understand what is beneficial and what is not. And if you have already made a mistake, you need to either ask the other side to change the conditions or comply with the contract until the end. But from the point of view of justice, there may already be options that depend on the political orientation of the evaluator))).
      1. Altona 14 May 2020 15: 28 New
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        Formally, he is rather wrong, because there is such a thing as a contract on the market.

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        I made all these reservations in my comment, but everyone reads what they read in my comment. This is the first. Second, it seems that we are, as it were, within the framework of the Union State, where such things can be solved in a political rather than commercial way, but for some reason you ignore such a thing. Then let's consider Belarus, or rather not even it, but a commercial counterparty (Beltransgaz or whoever I do not know) of Gazprom is simply a party to the contract. And Belarus itself, as a state, will simply be regarded as an outside state such as Poland, otherwise why then the “negotiators” you have indicated? Negotiators are needed when there are no diplomatic ties, and we have a whole state, supposedly united.
        1. soloveyav 14 May 2020 15: 39 New
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          Negotiators are always needed, because the contract is concluded for a reason. This is a document with a bunch of points, which is studied before being signed by both parties, in the process of which corrections are made to it by agreement of the parties. Another thing is that negotiators are not always engaged in this, but whatever you call the essence is the same. And political decisions are possible, but they are still usually drawn up within the framework of the same documents. And the state is not one (and we have different passports and money, and as it turned out, there is a border, and we have our own foreign policy and a bunch of nuances in Belarus), but formally union which in theory should become one as a result of the implementation of road maps and etc.
          1. Altona 14 May 2020 16: 45 New
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            Quote: soloveyav
            Negotiators are always needed, because the contract is concluded for a reason. This is a document with a bunch of points, which is studied before being signed by both parties, in the process of which corrections are made to it by agreement of the parties.

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            Yes, they are not needed if we have a Union State, even formally. Then, in the place of Old Man, I’ll just go to the Stockholm arbitration and Gazprom stupidly bend as a monopolist without any of your negotiators. I ratify the so-called Third Energy Package or some other pan-European documents and Adyu. I mean, there can be Old Man and a blackmailer, but with such a policy he will generally become even further from our so-called "state". And in the contract, during the play, you can make corrections like 70% of the average market price while observing zero point-to-tenth transit prices through direct negotiations.
            1. soloveyav 14 May 2020 16: 57 New
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              But Gazprom will stupidly cut off supplies and we will - we will freeze, Russia will transport gas bypassing. Belarus has huge image problems, and so they don’t want to give new loans, so let’s start not to abide by the contracts, and there are enough problems. Especially for Belarusian citizens, the price will not change. Well, I would ask in a closed order - no, we must openly climb to increase the degree.
              1. Altona 14 May 2020 18: 16 New
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                But Gazprom will stupidly cut off supplies and we will - we will freeze, Russia will transport gas bypassing. Belarus has huge image problems, and so they don’t want to give new loans, so let’s start not to abide by the contracts, and there are enough problems.

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                You’re ridiculous, "commercial" chauvinists. Belarus does not have any problems, do you think Pompeo came in vain. I tell you that Old Man now has trumps by 5 billion, and you are talking about "contracts with negotiators." It is under your contract and with your negotiators, in which the London court or the Stockholm arbitration is probably registered, that Old Man will whip Gazprom as he wants. Naftogaz did just that, did not bother. And why he began to speak openly, that’s why, in order to take a political note and to hear it.
                PS Put cons, chauvinists, this is an indicator of your stupidity and shortsightedness. If I think again, the Courvoisier bubble is with you. laughing laughing
                1. soloveyav 14 May 2020 18: 44 New
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                  You do not tell me from Russia about the greatness of our Alexander Grigoryevich. In reality, our country is losing money and is not doing so slowly. A quarrel with Russia (inevitable when trying to whip) will kill many enterprises here that still move. 26 years ago, Lukashenko chose the path to integration, since the country has lived in many ways, but in my opinion he has been bending over the past few years. For without the support of Russia, privateers unloved by you communists will survive - who will shuttle, who will be in it, someone will even keep production, but the industrial giants that you adore from the times of the USSR will shrink to minimum sizes at best, and most will simply not survive. Because socialism still somehow works with the availability of raw materials as it was in the USSR (and it didn’t save it), but in the Belarusian version it is financed by loans - and without them it is doomed to the current development of technologies.
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                    You do not tell me from Russia about the greatness of our Alexander Grigoryevich.

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                    I’m telling you about his logic; somehow, from a high belfry, I’m in “greatness” to me. And in his logic, it’s quite possible to shake off billion 5 from Gazprom. Because either a “contract” or a “fraternity”. Today, in capitalist logic, it is difficult to combine this. If today is a “contract”, then tomorrow or the day after tomorrow is Stockholm or London. And by the way, I say that it is better for Gazprom to cede today than to pay tomorrow. And your enterprises will probably feel better at 70 than at 157. I absolutely do not care how much Gazprom gives Beltransgaz or Naftogaz, it’s just that it will reset itself with such “trade”.
                    PS Your enterprises, on the basis of a “contract,” trade. Our steel with Zaporizhstal has not gone anywhere, even though we are in supercontrol with Ukraine.
                    1. soloveyav 14 May 2020 19: 15 New
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                      Even if he shakes 5, which is not a fact, Belarus should pay Russia something around 2020 in 3, and the total debt of the Russian Federation is about 8, i.e. still have to stay. And I very much doubt that after such a trick the Russian Federation will give at least a million. Those. the Chinese will have to sell, Europe does not give money without reform.
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                    Quote: soloveyav
                    Lukashenko 26 years ago chose the path to integration

                    As life shows, all this integration is nothing more than appearance.
                    Quote: soloveyav
                    privateers unloved by you communists will survive - who will shuttle, who in it, someone will even keep production,

                    They will survive, but not only not all. laughing
                    Quote: soloveyav
                    Because socialism still somehow works with the availability of raw materials as it was in the USSR (and it didn’t save it), but in the Belarusian version it is financed by loans - and without them it is doomed to the current development of technologies.

                    It is interesting to see how capitalism will work without loans and resources. This is something new in economic thought. And by and large, you never have there socialism. As a matter of fact, in the USSR it was too tight with socialism.
                    1. soloveyav 15 May 2020 11: 58 New
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                      So yes, not socialism, but much closer to it than the Russian Federation or many other countries of the former USSR. For example, we have medicine without medical insurance and policies, just show your passport with registration, prices are set for socially significant products, enterprises are mostly formally owned and owned by the state for the most part 90%, it’s extremely difficult to obtain land ownership - in fact, who managed to has, the rest have a lease with the right to inherit, there is a decree on social dependents (payment of communal services at a high tariff, etc.) - the date of full introduction has been postponed, but most likely they will cease after the elections, there is an analogue Spruce Komsomol - Youth Union, there are quite formal voluntary work. There are still regional executive committees and deputies on ideology, the KGB and the police (and not the police as in other countries) laughing . So there is both good and bad, where you work depends. There is less corruption at the grassroots level; here, ties and family relations mean more. It’s probably better for us to work as a pensioner or at a state-owned enterprise - prices are a bit lower, salaries and pensions at this level +/- are the same, medicine is comparable.
                      And unless there are credit relations and minerals, only tribal relations will work, and that is unlikely. Another question of efficiency is that the Union could well concentrate resources in certain areas, but lost the general race. Everywhere there are advantages and disadvantages, you need to look at what is more successful for a certain territory at a certain moment. Our system gave a better standard of living (largely due to Russia) somewhere up to the year 2010-2011, now it gives +/- the same again, largely due to Russia, which will be further shown by time.
    2. Maikcg 14 May 2020 16: 45 New
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      But father’s Hailie Likely t is about 127 against 70. He can’t be trusted at all (I can). As usual, the nuances, the spot price for a couple of tanks vs long-term contracts for a billion cubic meters, with transportation / or at your own expense. But the collective farmer only barks loudly at Russia, how greedy it is.
    3. Quote: Altona
      By and large, I am for the Old Man, because Miller does not have any sense to feed these 57 differences


      Not to Miller, but to Russian pensioners who are paid a pension from taxes, you tear a piece of bread out of your mouth
  • vasek5533 14 May 2020 14: 56 New
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    And so already at 6 billion dollars a year in Belarus pumped. And in response to what?

    the next one ... we ourselves have come up with some kind of billions, and I’m telling you, there isn’t this money here and never was. And right away ... if you count loans for help, then go to the bank and get loans ... then tell us how the bank pumped money into you and now lives easily. And your "gifted" government considers the rest of the help as lost profits from the sale of energy. Type 20 million oil, sold at 60, and the world price of 100, so they donated 40 (conditional prices). Well, no one would buy 100 million for 20 ... as we have seen since the beginning of the year ... they could earn 60 from the sale, and they earned 0 in general ... Such calculations are pouring into your ears.
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      the next one ... we ourselves have come up with some kind of billions, and I’m telling you, there isn’t this money here and never was.

      The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus has not denied a single figure from an interview with Babich. In the response statements there were only emotions, no facts.
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        Why refute any numbers or separate phrases, the answer is given on the situation as a whole. Lavrov, too, listened to this, and then said a well-known phrase, I think he didn’t get into the numbers ... but Babich was no longer an ambassador, and did not bring any benefit to bilateral relations (he was appointed as if for this)
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          Why refute any numbers or separate phrases, the answer is given on the situation as a whole. Here Lavrov also listened to this, and then said a well-known phrase, I think he didn’t get into the numbers ...

          So Lavrov was not voiced by numbers, but tried in a mentor tone to reprimand him. A question the answer.
          Babich announced specific figures for financing Belarus from the Russian budget. The Belarusian Foreign Ministry was able to answer only one thing - "the office writes!"
    2. Sidor Amenpodestovich 14 May 2020 15: 11 New
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      And you, I believe, are sure that you won’t fill anything in your ears. Where such confidence?
      They invented for themselves some kind of billions, and I’m telling you, there isn’t this money here and never was.

      Again, where does this conviction come from? Or do you argue on the principle that since you personally have not seen any money, then they do not exist?
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        The bottom line is that capitalism is in the yard, and you know what it is like in Russia, and no one gives anything for free. Therefore, these naive reasoning about keeping someone there is tired.
        Roughly speaking, the two countries earned 6 billion each, but they will tell you that 6 billion that Belarus earned is what we support them, if it weren’t for us, then it would not have earned them, and it’s true that it’s only its 6 billion about who didn’t tell you, wouldn’t work either.
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          The bottom line is that capitalism is in the yard, and what you know better in Russia, and no one gives anything for free.

          And who was talking about for free? Russia is stubbornly running a rake, trying to buy the pro-Russian position of neighboring countries. And in the same way he stubbornly plunges into one and the same situation: they take money, they take discounts, and silence in return. One such fraternal people has already uncovered in full. Another fraternal regime has turned out to be smarter and still continues to claim "Russia must!"
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            Well, look at the UN vote, and find a more pro-Russian country in the world ... otherwise, it’s only heard that Crimea did not recognize, well, sorry, the recognition price is not 6 billion, but the loss of trade with Ukraine and the EU at least .. Pupils and local pensioners do not understand this and scream.
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      And how else to count? Is there a technique? If the world price is 100, and you were sold at 40 - and you immediately resold at 100 - at whose expense, in essence, these profits? And it’s not about the year 20, but many years before that. And I suppose they give loans at 17%, as in the banks of the Russian Federation, of course. And they probably restructure constantly. Stop raving. If you constantly bite the giving hand - someday the giver will get bored. That's the thing, and slowly it goes. And the NATO bases and mythical Pershing-well, they will sort it out somehow.
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  • Piramidon 14 May 2020 15: 36 New
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    Lukashenko again called on Russia to lower gas prices for the republic

    Belarusian traders often come to our city to put up tents and sell, supposedly, Belarusian goods. By the way, there are a lot of sea products in the assortment. Prices for products are higher than for our local ones. So, from what hangover should gas be cheaper for them than for me?
  • Junior Private 14 May 2020 15: 46 New
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    Quote: veritas

    In relation to the fraternal people, one must be fair, and even more so in difficult years. Of course, prices for Belarus should be less than for Europe.

    Brotherhood implies reciprocal feelings, and not like Old Man - today he is one brother, tomorrow another. Such family relationships do not exist in nature. It's time to decide on your genealogy.
  • Vlp8 14 May 2020 15: 49 New
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    I mean, pay extra ...?
  • Serg662 14 May 2020 15: 55 New
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    Quote: DEPHIHTO
    Quote: Barmaleyka
    already tired but father

    laughing Yes, he was just beginning to kick the greedy Kremlin redneck. Oil is already buying from the Saudis ... winked

    So the flag in his hands, as they say!
    Let the Saudis buy gas, what’s the problem?
    1. Altona 14 May 2020 16: 49 New
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      Quote: Serg662
      Let the Saudis buy gas, what’s the problem?

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      Well, there’s a little more of such a policy and he would quite like to buy LNG. Or according to the "reverse", 15 bucks of overpayment is still not 57. I just outline its behavior, and you write chauvinistic Wishlist.
    2. Brturin 14 May 2020 21: 59 New
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      So the flag in his hands, as they say!
      Let the Saudis buy gas, what’s the problem?

      So who is in the way, back in 2015 - “Our new approach to export determines: one third of products should go to the markets of the Eurasian Economic Union, one third - to the countries of the European Union, another third - to the countries of the“ far arc. ”Time goes on, time goes on ... according to the results of the 1st quarter of 2020, the share of Russia reached 48,8%. For the remaining 12 top partners of Belarus, the total share was 35% (Ukraine - 7,7%, China - 6,5%, Poland - 4,1%, Germany - 3,9%, Lithuania - 2,5%, Great Britain and the Netherlands - 1,7% each, the USA and Turkey - 1,5% each, Kazakhstan - 1,4%, Italy - 1,3%, India - 1,2, 2019% .Approximately the same picture marked smiling in 24. https://banki4164.by/news/XNUMX-belorusskiy-eksport-spasla-rossiya
      For 5 years, something, somehow not very, but now that’s all - we’ll find new markets, open new ways .... somehow
  • NF68 14 May 2020 16: 24 New
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    Old Man, as always, in his repertoire.
  • pexotinec 14 May 2020 16: 42 New
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    But why does Russia owe everyone ?! It is only audible, it must ... it must.
    1. Sector 14 May 2020 17: 52 New
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      Quote: pexotinec
      But why does Russia owe everyone ?! It is only audible, it must ... it must.

      Good-natured we are too Ivana .. Here and use it! And inside Russia, even more greedy moneylenders settled in ... Here is a conflict between them, who will use Russia first according to world law ..
      And we do not want this am But again you have to see .. Here Chaliapin knew the Russian soul well ..

      God forbid to endure the Russian unrest finally ..
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    Already bought oil from America? Now buy shale gas.
  • Gennady Korsunov 14 May 2020 17: 38 New
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    I read all the comments. What disunity, bitterness, and a dermocratic consciousness has driven into our head for 30 years now does to people. Previously, we shared the last piece of bread, but now man is a wolf to man.
    1. Sector 14 May 2020 17: 44 New
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      I read all the comments. What does disunity, redneckness, and a dermocratic consciousness drive into our head for 30 years now?

      Well, if we were born in the USSR (we are aware of everything)!
      But our children and grandchildren in social networks are driven this is scary !!!! Do you think these bots are only here with our cons and templates from manuals? angry
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      Previously, they shared the last piece of bread, but now man is a wolf to man.

      And this methodically emerges from our souls .. Each for himself and beat the first one to be afraid, etc.
      Here on this you need to urgently unite and here on the site including .. soldier
    2. QWERTY 14 May 2020 18: 09 New
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      What did you want? You, for example, constantly lend money to a friend - without a return, or you do not particularly require a return. They arranged him for work, in general an idyll. And a friend constantly tells you and everyone around you that you are not friends at all and will not sit down on the same field with you. But he constantly requires money and some preferences. I hope the logic is clear?
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      we’ve been bullshit for 30 years. We used to share the last piece of bread, but now man is wolf to man.
      - I’m embarrassed to ask, did he recognize the Crimea? No?
  • Servisinzhener 14 May 2020 18: 20 New
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    Something somehow strange turns out. 70 dollars per 1000 cubic meters is 0,07 dollars per 1 cubic meter. At a dollar price of 74 rubles, it is 5,18 r / cu. In the village of Yablonovsky, which is located in sunny Adygea, the cost of a cubic meter is 6,19567. Those. the domestic price is 83,73 dollars per 1000 cubic meters. Some bad thoughts creep in ....
    Now I looked at this resource https://www.gazprom.ru/about/marketing/europe/, namely
    Average selling price of gas to non-CIS countries (net of VAT, including excise tax and customs duties)
    And there is listed the price for 2018 at the level of 15 499,5 per 1000 cubic meters. At that time, I paid at a price of about 5,7 rubles / cubic meter. It seems someone ... let's say lies.
  • Ded_Mazay 14 May 2020 18: 38 New
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    Are fried bananas? That's the vile lycimer ... He didn’t have time to insert a hairpin to us with a parade, when he already ran to beg for a discount on gas. Changing shoes in jealousy jump to any "shareware politician" of our "globe neighbors".
  • Sasha Minakov 14 May 2020 18: 39 New
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    Whiskered Russophobe is not enough. Give it to me. :-). And the Crimea? But is this not our war? And at least a drop in Syria to help? You bastard.
    1. Tzar 15 May 2020 05: 51 New
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      And with ukram trades in full, fuel and military products as well. And innocently blinks his eyes: "Well, what, it's just business." Only when he is told that the price of energy is also a business does he begin to howl about fraternity and Smolensk prices.
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    Gas discount? That is not a question! We will give you a military base with 20000 thousandth contingent and a discount on gas per load. AND? But I don’t agree.
    1. Cyril G ... 15 May 2020 08: 23 New
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      This is what we are talking about. According to some strange twist, Lukashenko believes that we should give him resources, and from which he should exclusively admit to a platonic love for Russia, in words, of course. What is the military base, what is the support of Russia's foreign policy. What are you speaking about!
  • Petrol cutter 14 May 2020 21: 05 New
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    But how did you call?! ..
    Well, I personally (from nothing to do) watched his rally for the Belarusian TV / press. There I actually liked the lady from the press (I basically looked at her and the whole rally). Well then.
    The essence of the rally was our answer to Chamberlain (that is, the Russian Federation as a whole and the first channel in particular). For coronavirus, parade, etc.
    So, father said forty-seven times that we are tough guys. We are not asking anyone for anything. And we don’t need anything from anyone!
    How does this fit with the latest events? ...
  • Alexander Mironovsky 15 May 2020 16: 51 New
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    You don’t have to turn on the old Babichev record about 6 yards here, but turn on your head, otherwise it will be like with Naftogaz and Ukraine - the oil is already breaking off as a result of a tax maneuver, resulting in a loss, note the third in Europe, guaranteed market for the Russian oil, especially in light of the recent sulphurous diversion, which now costs Rosneft dearly. It will be cheaper and more stable for the Republic of Belarus to start purchasing Russian gas from Poland by reverse from the Independent Operator, and BTG to nationalize upon the failure of the Russian Federation to fulfill the agreement on the contract for its sale. car auto.