Belarus, Russia
Dmitry Mazepin looking good in potash wars

Russian oligarch Dmitry Mazepin, owner of chemical company Uralchem.
Russian oligarch Dmitry Mazepin, owner of chemical company Uralchem. © Maxim Shemetov/Reuters
While economic sanctions continue to rain down on Minsk, the potash company Uralkali, controlled by Russian oligarch Dmitry Mazepin's Uralchem, is prospering thanks to support from Moscow and hopes to take over its principal rivals in Belarus. [...]
Published on 28.06.2021 at 06:00 GMT Reading time 3 minutes

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Belarus, Lithuania, United States
NATO outpost Vilnius chagrined over loss of its Belarusan potash business

Lithuania has been particularly affected by the recent friction between the Baltic states and Belarus. Apart from security considerations along its 500km border with Belarus, which is kept under tight surveillance by its security services, Lithuania has had to do without the economic benefits it derived from its key role in the exportation of Belarusan potash.

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