MINSK – India hopes that the contract for the supply of Belarusian potash fertilizers will be extended on the same terms, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India to Belarus Sangeeta Bahadur told a press conference that took place at the national press center on 23 January in the run-up to India's national holiday, BelTA has learned.
The ambassador noted that the contract for Belarusian potash fertilizers was signed in October 2019. This contract provided for a lower price for fertilizers, $280 per tonne instead of $290 that was written into the previous contract.
“I believe that the contract will be extended on the same terms,” Sangeeta Bahadur said.
Potash fertilizers are among Belarus' traditional exports to India. Belarus supplies this commodity in great quantities to the Indian market.