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MOSCOW, November 28 (Itar-Tass) —— Belarus will get the second portion of the EurAsEC anti-crisis fund’s loan of 440 million U.S. dollars in December 2011, Russian acting Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Monday, November 28.
He said the money would be provided after specifying “certain parameters of the decisions adopted d by the Republic of Belarus as part of its anti-crisis measures to ensure economic and financial stability”.
“We analysed all those measures and assessed their implementation on the whole as quite successful. We discussed the Republic of Belarus’ indicators separately and made the decision to disburse the second portion in December after some specification of the measures undertaken by the republic,” Siluanov said.