MOSCOW, 7 December (BelTA) – Amid the economic aggression by the West the governments of Belarus and Russia are successfully implementing a joint package of anti-crisis measures, Belarusian Ambassador to Russia Dmitry Krutoi said at the media forum “Belarus - Russia: Equal Union, Common History, Shared Future” timed to the 23rd anniversary of the Union State Treaty, BelTA has learned.
"In the context of economic aggression and sanctions, our governments are successfully implementing a set of anti-crisis response measures. It was developed in a very short time, and in a certain sense in extreme conditions," Ambassador Dmitry Krutoi said.
"It includes a package of documents on lending and making payments in national currencies, agreements in the energy sector, first of all, in oil and gas, an agreement on the transit of Belarusian goods through the territory of Russia," he said.
"Belarus and Russia have recently coordinated promising import-substituting projects worth RUB105 billion. Approved and signed, the projects are getting off the ground," the ambassador added.