Russia's ambassador to Minsk Alexander Surikov assured that Russian business is interested in participating in the privatization of Belarusian enterprises in accordance with international standards.
"Nothing gangster and ugly no one's up, if you want the Belarusian side," — told reporters Surikov.
He also said that the decision on the allocation of credit to Belarus from the EurAsEC Anti-Crisis Fund will be accepted in the near future:
"The Council of the EurAsEC Anti-Crisis Fund on June 4 in Kiev will make a decision about a particular loan, then the loan agreement will be signed. I think it is a matter of the near future", — said A. Surikov reporters in Minsk on Tuesday.
According to Interfax, possible loan to Belarus from the EurAsEC will be 1.2 billion, the first tranche — 800 million, of which 75% of the Russian Federation. On the agency said First Deputy Minister Foreign Affairs Russia Andrey Denisov. Earlier it was about $ 3 billion loan.