A special distribution center, created in Novosibirsk, will promote Belarusian goods in remote regions of Russia. There is also a logistics warehouse there, from which goods will be distributed to four major regions.
In addition, the center assumes responsibility for verifying partners, the legal side of cooperation and mutual risks. They will be carried out mainly in local currencies.
Alexander Olshevsky, director general of Eurasian International Cooperation Agency, member of the Russian-Belarusian Business Council:
First of all, these are the Russian ruble and the Belarusian ruble. Still, these are two main currencies in this case. And, in general, the trend is to them being almost in parity, or around 60% will be given to the Russian ruble and 40% to the Belarusian. Such probability exists. But the main line is that we are going to abandon the dollar.