Prime Ministers of Belarus Raman Halouchanka and Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin have signed three documents in Moscow in the energy sector, BelTA writes.
Raman Halouchanka told reporters that two of the three documents concern changes in the intergovernmental agreement on the construction of the BelNPP. The third document regulates the terms of Russian oil supply to Belarus.
“We have signed three international documents today,” said Raman Halouchanka. “The exact amount in our agreement was not clear until the last day. The essence of the contract on oil supplies is still unknown. Nevertheless, the maximum has been accomplished: these are two protocols to the intergovernmental agreement on the construction of the Belarusian nuclear power plant and a separate agreement governing the terms of energy supplies, particularly oil, to Belarus”.
Raman Halouchanka stressed that all signed documents are in the interests of Belarus. “Moreover, the contracts both on the construction of the nuclear power plant and on energy supplies are very beneficial for our country. I can say that Belarus has saved hundreds of millions of dollars on the construction of a nuclear power plant alone,” said Raman Halouchanka.
The essence of the contract on oil supplies is still unknown.