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MINSK, October 10. /TASS/. Belarus and Russia need to agree on equal business conditions for commercial entities, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said while listening to a report on the agreements reached with Russia on energy supplies, Belarusian state news agency BELTA reports.
"We don’t demand too much from the Russian Federation. We just demand that equal conditions are provided for our commercial entities so our citizens enjoy a level playing field in the Belarusian-Russian Union, in keeping with the spirit and the letter of the agreement on creation of the Union State. This is all we demand," the president stated.
"This will be the main issue of my further talks with President Putin," he noted.