The Ambassador of Belarus to Russia urged to learn from European Union
The Union state of Belarus and Russia should learn from the European Union to regulate the operation of enterprises and supply of the markets of each other, said the Ambassador of Belarus Vladimir Semashko.
"Purely economic issues - they affect us when we face certain some bureaucratic barriers to the supply of Belarusian industrial products to the Russian market, Sometimes it's just not allowed on the market... For open economies is a serious obstacle. These permanent dairy, meat, vegetable and other "war," Semashko said during an online conference with participation of the Russian Ambassador, representatives of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, state Duma of the Russian Federation.
According to him, "we have little to learn from the European Union."
"The EU is debugged. The head of this company or the service of Germany, which controls the state veterinary, sanitary, has no right to close a plant or meat processing plant, dairy plant in France. French a leader has the right to close in Germany. Another thing, if you supplied goods and got somewhere on something really defective products, then have entitled the party to be arrested, to be disposed of. We have, unfortunately, while these issues are not resolved adequately," - said the Ambassador.
According to him, before the conference, he specifically looked at recent figures: "Forty-three Belarusian meat-packing plant is fully or partially closed. Forty-one dairy completely or partially closed. Twelve - processing of poultry meat. Eight fish processing. And even six (plants), which produce fodder for animals. This is not the case, it is necessary as-that to solve."