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“Forms of support on Russia’s part are obvious to us: first of all these are our partner relations and relations within the framework of the Customs Union and the Common Economic Area, and this is an opportunity for Belarus to successfully maintain its economic activity,” Martynov said at a news conference in Minsk on Wednesday.

Belarus’s work with Russia within the CSTO format is also an important supporting factor, he said.

Martynov said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and he had discussed the EU’s pressure on Belarus at their consultations in Minsk on August 14-15.

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