Leadership of Russian Gazprom, the recent sole owner of Beltransgaz, promises to three-fold raise salaries to the employees of the Belarusian Company. This was reported by Gazprom representative Sergei Kupriyanov. Thursday, December 8, Gazprom head Alexei Miller came in Minsk to get acquainted with Beltransgaz staff.
Sergei Kupriyanov also informed about Gazprom intentions to completely renovate Beltransgaz vehicle fleet, RBC reports.
As Telegraf previously reported, November 25, the Russian gas monopoly Gazprom signed an agreement with the State Property Committee of Belarus to purchase Beltransgaz stake for $2.5 billion, having thus become its sole proprietor.
December 3, at the meeting with Gazprom head Alexei Miller, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin offered him to double the salary for Beltransgaz.
"Apparently, you will need to address the issue of salary increase, as it is an entirely your business now. Since such enterprises as Gazprom should have an appropriate level of wages," he said.