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Byelorussia was Met by a Refusal
31.07.2007 16:47
Byelorussia was Met by a Refusal

Russia has postponed giving public loan to Byelorussia. The draft of giving public loan to Byelorussia in the amount of $1,5 bln has been nearly worked out in June. Sergey Sidorskiy, the prime minister of Byelorussia, arrived yesterday in Moscow to complete the negotiations but was met by a refusal.
      Byelorussia has planned to get $1,5 bln loan to repay its debt to Gasprom for the gas supplies in the first half of 2007. Mr Sidorskiy has emphasized that it was Byelorussia that initiated the negotiations. The Russian side is not in a hurry to make a decision, as such questions cant be solved in a minute.
      The possible reason of the failure of the negotiations on the federal level can be the Byelorussian unwillingness to take a loan in Gasprombank.


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