Russian Leader: Belarusian fertilizers blocked from deliveries even with large demand
(MENAFN) Russian Leader Vladimir Putin lamented restrictions aimed at Belarusian fertilizers, stating their supplies are blocked regardless of big demand in the world.
Addressing at a conference with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in Sochi, Putin announced the greatest necessity for fertilizers is seen among the developing countries.
He also said that in addition to food security, he would like to negotiate with Lukashenko the situation in the region and the economic collaboration.
For his part, Lukashenko upturned the issue of partial army mobilization in Russia.
Remarking on reports regarding people escaping from military service, Lukashenko stated it is better this way, as "there would be no use of them anyway."
"There was some watershed and criteria we had in 2020 that Russia is (also) having now, which shows who is who. There is nothing bad here," Lukashenko added, mentioning the 2020 demonstrations in Belarus that came after his last reappointment.
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