Putin Sway Over Lukashenko Bolstered as Potash Bet BackfiresScott Rose and Aliaksandr Kudrytski
Belarus is poised to become more reliant on Russia after President Aleksandr Lukashenko’s hard line on sales of potash, the country’s main natural resource, shattered an alliance that helped set the crop nutrient’s price.
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