Deputy prime ministers of Russia, Belarus discuss oil, gas deliveries for 2021
MINSK. Nov 27 (Interfax) - The deputy prime ministers of Russia and Belarus, Alexander Novak and Yuri Nazarov, on Friday discussed via videoconference the terms of delivering oil and gas to Belarus in 2021, as well as the reorientation of the export of Belarusian oil products from the Baltic ports to Russian ones, the press service of the Belarusian Council of Ministers said.
"The parties discussed issues of bilateral cooperation in the area of oil and natural gas supplies to Belarus, as well as reorientation of export supplies of Belarusian oil products," the press service said.
"Following the results of the meeting, the concerned government bodies were given instructions, and further consultations will be continued," the message said.