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VERONA, October 17 (Itar-Tass) - Grigory Rapota, the general secretary of the Union State of Russia and Belarus, said on Thursday that a situation related to Uralkaliy was close to a settlement that would remove tensions that had recently appeared in the Union State and would pave the way for more dynamic development.
”It is extremely important to prevent the conflict from affecting the dynamics of development of the Union State,” said Rapota, who is attending the Second Eurasian Forum that opened in Verona on Thursday.
“It is extremely important for me. This proves that we are a sufficiently stable system. Problems and conflict will arise on and off but all of them can be resolved because we are a Union State,” Rapota emphasized.