Minsk still in talks with Moscow on oil supplies - Belneftekhim
MOSCOW. March 31 (Interfax) - Talks between Belarus and Russia on oil supplies to Belarus are ongoing, Alexander Tishchenko, spokesman for Belarusian state petrochemical concern Belneftekhim, told Interfax.
"Talks regarding the Russian route are ongoing," he said.
Tishchenko also said Belarus would continue to receive tanker supplies in April. In general, the task is to supply Belarusian refineries with 2 million tonnes of oil from various sources in April," he said. "The goal for the month is the standard 2 million tonnes, the minimum is 1 million tonnes," he said.