Alexander Lukashenko said that when milk is not enough, Belarus buys in Russia powdered milk, dilutes it and gets normalized milk. The President of Russia said, It’s not beer, why would you dilute the milk?”
SOCHI, 18 Sep. President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko told Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin about his view of “artificial milk” and received in response to the unexpected comment.
“I’m here read the speech of our dear friend Nursultan Abishevich (Nazarbayev, President of Kazakhstan — ed.) about his concerns some unnatural milk or something. First, we live in market conditions, and the most advanced market-oriented among us, you see it and programme, Nursultan Abishevich. Buy in Kazakhstan milk, they there and taking it, do not buy — not taken”, — Lukashenka said during the second forum of regions of Russia and Belarus.
“Everybody understands that Russia and Belarus are mutually dried the milk, the water was removed, and when the rush of milk decreases, when it is lacking, Russia orders Belarus, we often buy in Russia is the milk that is dilute, that is, add water into it, and the result is normalized milk” — he added.
What the President of Russia Vladimir Putin noted: “This is not beer, why would you dilute the milk?”