“Will not tolerate”: Minsk, commented on Moscow’s ban on the supply of milk
MINSK, 1 Mar — RIA Novosti. Russian plans to restrict the supply of dairy products from Belarus unanswered will remain, said Thursday the President of the Republic Alexander Lukashenko.
The Rosselkhoznadzor on February 26 was planning to impose temporary restrictions on imports from Belarus of milk, cream and other dairy products. The ban does not apply to milk in consumer packages. The Belarusian delegation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Mikhail Rusyi held talks in Moscow on the resolution of issues with deliveries to Russia of some types of dairy products manufactured in Belarus. According to their results, the Rosselkhoznadzor has postponed the introduction of the ban from February 26 to March 6.
“I want to say that without an answer, such things will remain. We just tolerate it will not” — said Lukashenko during a working meeting with the Rus, which is mandated to look into the matter. The President leads the Agency Sputnik of Belarus.
Lukashenko believes that the Russian side does not like supplied from Belarus at competitive prices dairy products. “My intelligence agencies informed that was brought from New Zealand or somewhere dry milk, were surplus and they start to hold us until sell the milk at high prices. Therefore, they do not like cheap milk,” said the Belarusian head of state.
We’ll give them their milk at the price that we believe is necessary and they let the Russians increase the price, if there is already the Russian people, Muscovites or Petersburgers, stuffed new Zealand milk.Alexander Lucasentertainment Belarus