By the end of the month Minsk and Moscow will have held talks on setting up a common gas market. This was announced the day before by Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Semashko. The partners are working upon concerted approaches to the common market of the two countries for the period up to 2025. All the disagreements regarding oil supply have been removed. Now the agenda features only gas-related issues. The common goal is to coordinate approaches to the formation of prices. This would ensure equal conditions for companies in Russia and Belarus. Later, the common price formula will be offered to partners in Eurasian integration, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.