Official Minsk believes that the package of agreements between Belarus and Russia on the construction of the Belarusian nuclear power plant will be signed no later than the end of September this year.
Told reporters the First Vice-Premier of Belarus Vladimir Semashko, Interfax reports.
He noted that all the documents have been prepared, but there are some things that "require additional approval."
"Russia is not going to sign a package of agreements, because there are unresolved points. They are not complicated, and I think that in August and September, perhaps we will sign the documents," — said V.Semashko.
It involves, among one of the conditions for signing the question of establishing a joint venture for sales of electricity to be generated at the plant.
"We do not plan to create a joint venture, but this has its pros and cons, we are ready to offer their options," — said V.Semashko.
The Belarusian side offers local partners to implement the project on the organization of electricity transit from Kazakhstan and other countries on the territory of Russia.
"We are also talking about the possibility of organizing a swap power supplies from Kazakhstan, as the price of a kilowatt-hour for these conditions are extremely favorable."