Belarus’ PM: external attempts to disorganise Union State construction obviously failed
External attempts to disorganise the Union State construction have failed, while Belarus and Russia have joined forces to confidently move along the creative course set by the two heads of state – as noted by the Prime Minister of Belarus, Roman Golovchenko, at a meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Union State in Moscow
According to Roman Golovchenko, the holding of the second meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Union State in person this year undoubtedly indicates the intensification of the Belarusian-Russian integration and meets the request of the two countries for a comprehensive expansion of co-operation in the new geopolitical conditions.
“It is already obvious to us that external attempts to disorganise the Union State construction have failed, as have many others. Belarus and Russia have united forces, and they are confidently moving along the creative course set by the leaders of the two states. The macroeconomic indicators of Russia and Belarus confirm that the countries have entered the trajectory of sustainable growth, and all branches of their power vertical are aimed at expanding the bilateral strategic co-operation. Under the leadership of the Government, systematic interaction between the relevant industry bodies has been ensured. Joint programmes and integration investment projects are being implemented (23 passports of such projects have already been approved), a mechanism for mutual confirmation of technological operations and their verification is being developed, measures aimed at stimulating the development of production and sales are being implemented," the Prime Minister added.