Igor Sechin, the head of oil giant Rosneft, says it is planning energy projects in Belarus, Russian media reported, a sign the close Kremlin ally will not let a potash dispute undermine the Russian ... more 
Igor Sechin, the head of oil giant Rosneft, says it is planning energy projects in Belarus, Russian media reported, a sign the close Kremlin ally will not let a potash dispute undermine the Russian state firm's business in Belarus. The collapse of a potash trading agreement in July triggered a diplomatic spat between Russia and its ex-Soviet ally, including Belarus's arrest of the head of Russian fertilizer firm Uralkali . less 
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