Minsk has been unable to liquidate its large energy debt to Russia. To ensure continued supplies, it is seeking a political solution by USTINA MARKUS BELARUS IS CAUGHT IN an energy crisis that has led to a decline in every sector of its economy. The republic depends on its northeastern neighbor, Russia, for 90 percent […]

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