MYADEL DISTRICT, 22 April (BelTA) – Prime Minister of Belarus Roman Golovchenko commented on shipments of medical equipment and spare parts for highly sophisticated devices while talking to reporters during a business trip to Myadel District, Minsk Oblast on 22 April, BelTA has learned.
Roman Golovchenko said: “One of the latest packages of sanctions against our country introduced so-called humanitarian exemptions. Restrictions allegedly do not affect supplies of food, medical equipment, and medications. But it is only a declaration. When we seek to buy new medical equipment, we get, mildly speaking, dodgy answers. The same applies to the acquisition of spare parts for highly sophisticated devices.”
Roman Golovchenko stressed that solutions will be found. “But all of it shows the double-faced and inconsistent stance of the collective West. We will definitely make them abide by their own decisions in the end, including via official channels,” he added.