Supreme State Council decisions hailed as breakthrough for Belarus-Russia Union State

14:08, 2 December

The decisions taken at the Supreme State Council opened a new stage in the Belarus-Russia Union State development, Chairman of the House of Representatives Vladimir Andreichenko said at a meeting of the 61st session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union State of Belarus and Russia on 2 December, BelTA has learned.

“The approval by the Supreme State Council of the decree on the main areas in the implementation of the Union State Treaty for 2021-2023, as well as the package of the Union State programs, has opened a new stage in the Union State development,” said Vladimir Andreichenko.

According to him, these strategically important documents not only enshrine clear priorities in the development of the Union State but also contain a list of steps and activities to increase mutually beneficial cooperation. “This is an economic basis that let once again demonstrate to the people of Belarus and Russia the significance and attractiveness of the Union State integration,” the speaker said.

Vladimir Andreichenko expressed confidence that despite the difficult external conditions - increasing pressure of the collective West - the Union State MPs would do their utmost for the progressive development of integration processes, searching for the most effective forms of the Belarusian-Russian cooperation.

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