Medvedev signs bill with Belarus on military supply cooperation
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has ratified a bill with Belarus over mutual supply of military, dual-purpose and civil products during wartime, the Kremlin press center said Wednesday, Xinhua reported.
The Kremlin said the agreement applies to the periods of heightened aggression, aiming at strengthening Russian-Belarusian ties.
The two countries are obliged to guarantee mutual shipments of products, in line with their plans for state needs and as a part of their economic mobilization plans.
The agreement was signed in Moscow in December and recently approved by the Russian upper house and lower house in 2011.