President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko and President of Russia Vladimir Putin
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MOSCOW, June 30. /TASS/. Past Friday in Moscow under the leadership of the presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko’s meeting of the Supreme state Council (SSC) of the Union state was concluded with the adoption of nine documents.
The parties also agreed to work to ensure equal conditions for Russian and Belarusian companies on the markets of the two countries. Putin and Lukashenka participated in the Fourth forum of regions of Russia and Belarus.
The reserves are
Russia and Belarus have reserves to return to the previous pace of development of bilateral trade and economic recovery, Putin said at a meeting of the GHS. According to him, it is necessary to continue the implementation of major infrastructure projects, improve business climate, to remove remaining between the two economies trade and investment barriers and to pursue a coordinated economic policy.
“If we do this, our producers will be able on equal terms to compete with world leaders”, – said the President of the Russian Federation. Moscow and Minsk, he continued, intend to pay attention to strengthen cooperation in engineering, where it is important to increase its own power, the production of high-tech products, to support promising projects and initiatives to promote on foreign markets the jointly manufactured goods.