The Kremlin praised Lukashenka's words about Putin's proposal for compensation for oil

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In the Kremlin commented on the words of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, who spoke about the telephone conversation with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on the issue of oil.

Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov confirmed that the leaders talked on the phone on various topics, including those connected with Russian oil supplies to Minsk, reports “Gazeta.ru”.

a Kremlin spokesman said that coal supplies is not Russia, and Russian oil companies.

“of Course, we can not go on, in order to these companies who then impose disadvantageous terms, which would not meet national and international situation,” said Peskov, adding that one company agrees to supply oil at a discounted price, while others consider it a disadvantage.

Earlier, Lukashenko said that Putin made him an unexpected offer. It concerned the compensation of 300 million dollars at the expense of the prize companies. It was about the payment dropdown from the state budget in 2020 due to the tax maneuver in the fuel and Russia income from export oil duties.

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