Lukashenko says there is 3-year agreement with Russia to form joint gas, oil, petroleum product markets
MINSK. Jan 12 (Interfax) - Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said he had agreed with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to implement programs towards the formation of joint gas, oil and petroleum product markets.
There should be no problems in this area of cooperation for the next three years, he said.
"The required solutions were found at talks with the Russian president in December. At least, for three years," the state-run media outlet SB - Belarus Segodnya quoted Lukashenko as saying at a meeting in Minsk on Thursday.
"We are now working to formalize the agreements reached in the current documents," he said.