By Denis Dyomkin MOSCOW, May 23 (Reuters) - Russia could keep low gas prices for Belarus and lend low interest money if the former Soviet neighbour agrees to share more assets with Russian investors, a Russian government source said late on Thursday. Gas pricing talks between Moscow and Minsk are closely watched in Europe, which gets a quater of its gas from Russia. A fifth of Russian supplies goes in transit via Belarus and one dispute has led to export disruptions a few years ago. ...
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