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MINSK, July 15 (Itar-Tass) —— The Council of Minister of the Russian-Belarusian Union State will be held in Minsk on July 18. The meeting’s agenda includes three sets of issues, Grigory Rapota, State Secretary of the Union State, said on Sunday.
According to Rapota, the first range of issues includes organizational problems, the second one comprises various problems of cooperation, including discussion of results of trade and economic development. “I would like to say that we have achieved certain progress and are developing rather dynamically,” he told a news conference in Belaru’s Vitebsk. Apart from that, the Union State’s Council of Ministers will also tackle problems of the fuel and energy sector.
The Council will also consider the concepts of four new union programs, including the ones on the production of composite materials and boosting production of potatoes and sunchokes.
Another set of issues includes problems of security, such as the development of infrastructure of the Russian-Belarusian regional troops and in border areas.