Lukashenko, Putin promised not to put in bad Russian vodka and snacks
Moscow. 13 Feb. INTERFAX.RU — the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko promised Russian President Vladimir Putin not to supply to Russia of products of inadequate quality.
“Research and you, and we have carried out. We have every opportunity to feed people quality food. Therefore, whatever conflicts and scandals, you have to remember that we had the Russians won’t put no bad vodka, or bad starter. You must clearly understand,” Lukashenka said on Wednesday at a meeting with Putin in Sochi. The words of the head of state leads the state Agency BelTA.
However, the President noted that there still exists the problem of poor quality of water and food, from which people suffer.
In January, Lukashenko said that Russia may lose “only ally” in the Western direction due to the lack of agreement on compensation to Minsk for the tax maneuver in the oil sector.
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- Peskov said the lack of plans for the accession of Belarus to the Russian Federation
- Lukashenko called stupid talk about the unification of Russia and Belarus