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President Lukashenko accused Russia of “twisting hands”

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&# 171; There they have already become so insolent that they begin to twist our arms&# 187;, – the agency quotes Lukashenko &# 171; Belt&# 187;

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko compared the actions of Moscow, which closes the Russian market for a number of Belarusian goods, with sanctions. "There they have already become so insolent that they begin to twist our arms", – the agency quotes Lukashenko "Belt".

In this regard, he recalled the situation with the emergency state of the oil pipelines that go through Belarus..President Lukashenko accused Russia of'twisting hands' A year and a half ago, the Belarusian authorities carried out their repairs without cutting off supplies so that Russia would not incur losses..

However, Moscow does not respond to Minsk’s good attitude and closes its market for Belarusian products, Lukashenko said. "The good that we do for the Russian Federation, it constantly turns into evil for us", – Lukashenka said. He added that Belarus "beat on the left cheek", and she "substitutes the right".

On the eve of the Rosselkhoznadzor announced the introduction of temporary restrictions on the supply of apples and pears from Belarus due to fake phytosanitary certificates.

This is not the first time that the department has taken such measures. Rosselkhoznadzor also criticizes Minsk for the fact that Russia continues to receive products from Europe that have come under the food embargo..

The Kremlin said that Russia is sympathetic to the emotional statements of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko. However, they believe that their tonality should be more consistent with the allied nature of relations between the two countries, said the press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov.

Earlier, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko called "nonsense" talk that russia "feeds" Belarus. According to Lukashenka, Russia’s actions have led Minsk to expand cooperation with the West: "Our products are not allowed to enter the market, they call them names like freeloaders, push them out, press them wherever possible", – said Lukashenko. At the same time, the President of Belarus noted that if economic relations with Russia were "normal", there would be no need for agreements with the EU.

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