Belarus is set to finalise documentation that will commence the integration of its energy infrastructure with Russia’s, paving the way for a unified energy market by the beginning of 2024, stated the nation’s Deputy Energy Minister, Denis Moroz.
“Everything is on track, and we foresee no alterations. We expect to conclude the agreement by the year’s end,” Moroz announced, as reported by the TASS news agency.
According to Mr. Moroz, a joint agreement is currently in the works between Belarus and Russia, which will establish the fundamental rules of operation for this shared market.
Moroz highlighted that requisite documents have already been signed to ensure the decision is enacted from 2024. However, the agreement is yet to be finalised.