Heavily dependent on cheap energy imports from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus confronted a serious energy crisis after the Soviet Union collapsed and Russia raised oil and gas prices to world levels. Both have now been managing to meet their obligations for energy supplies – Belarus by seeking a close relationship with Russia, Ukraine by using […]

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