Russia plans to resume oil supplies to Belarus next week, the head of Russia's Transneft company Nikolai Tokarev said Thursday.
The oil supplies were halted due to a lack of agreement on oil price. The talks are to be completed in the coming three days, Tokarev said,
Since January 1, Belarus was to receive Russian oil duty-free and without quotas, which is envisaged by the agreement on forming a single economic area.
Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan are members of the Customs Union, which envisages the abandonment of sales duties.