Sberbank and ING Group signed on October 25 an agreement on a EUR350m line of credits, the press service of the bank reported. This accord envisages the possibility to finance projects that Russian companies are interested in over a 5-year period concerning importing equipment, machinery, technologies and services from Austria, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Korea, the Netherlands, Poland, Finland, France, the Czech Republic, Sweden, Switzerland and a number of other countries.
The document was signed by ING Group Executive Board Chairman Michel Tilmant and Sberbank President Andrey Kazmin.
According to Russian officials, the detainees are employees of the private security company who were on their way to Latin America via Minsk and Istanbul. Lukashenko calls Russian officials liars