Putin, Lukashenko agree on creation of single parliament and government, - Belarusian ambassador

According to him, out of 31 prepared roadmaps for in-depth integration, 20 are “absolutely agreed”
21:17, 30 November 2019


Belarus and Russia plan to create a common government, common oil, gas and electricity markets, as well as a unified tax law. The ambassador of Belarus to Russia Vladimir Semashko reported this, informs

"The Presidents (Alexander Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin, - 112 International) agreed that their goals are ambitious and they should not change. This is a transition to unified tax legislation, the creation of common oil, gas and electricity markets, the creation of a single parliament and government with certain powers when independent Russia and Belarus give it certain managerial functions with mandatory fulfillment. Such a task is being solved now," Semashko said.

According to him, out of 31 prepared roadmaps for in-depth integration, 20 maps are “absolutely agreed” following a recent meeting of the prime ministers of two countries.

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Earlier, the Council of the European Union has decided to sign a visa facilitation agreement with Belarus. This stated in the message published in the Official Journal of the European Union.

“The text of the agreement will be published together with the official decision on its conclusion,” the message said.

"It is hereby authorized to sign, on behalf of the EU, an agreement with the Republic of Belarus on visa facilitation," the text of decision states.

In September, President of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko decided to sign agreements with the European Union on visa facilitation and readmission.

Related: Editor-in-chief of online agency detained in Belarus


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