It is about Minsk's proposal to export Ukrainian products.
Belarus offered to transport Ukrainian grain through its territory to Lithuania. However, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda believes this is a trap that one should not fall into, Nauseda said on his Twitter account.
He stressed that the proposal of Minsk is another attempt to get out from under the sanctions, Nauseda said
Ukrainian grain is already going through Poland and other countries to Baltic ports. it's a trap, let's not fall into it
Belarus told the United Nations on Friday that it would allow unconditional transit of Ukrainian grain through its territory for further exports from Lithuanian ports. At the same time, Minsk expects "to be able to export its own fertilizers, which are currently under sanctions."
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