Russia and Belarus have been in oil disputes for ten years due to price disputes. Although Russia provides subsidized energy to Belarus, it is no longer willing to do so indefinitely or without any significant political and strategic benefit. As a result, the subsidies granted to Belarus were a matter of dispute between the two states, and Mr. Putin noted that it would be a mistake to « start subsidizing (more) Belarus, given the unresolved issue of the construction of the State of the Union ». The text of the treaty provides for the gradual achievement of unS`s stated objectives with regard to the priority given to the resolution of economic and social problems (Article 2). Specific activities and implementation deadlines are set by the decisions of UNS institutions or Member States` treaties. The question of the adoption of its constitution must be considered if The UnS is on track. Treaty changes can be made in separate treaties that must be ratified by member states (Article 66). · international cooperation on military and border issues, including the implementation of international treaties concluded by Member States on the reduction of armed forces and arms control; harmonization and harmonization of Member States` laws; Two proposals have been made for the Union Pavilion. In any case, these are changes to the flag of the Soviet Union, but they represent the state (not communism). In both cases, two gold stars are installed in the canton of the red flag (to represent the two states of the Union).
 The State of the Union is based on the principles of sovereign equality of the Member States, the voluntary nature of membership and the faithful performance of reciprocal obligations (Article 3). UnS is based on the division of skills and skills between UnS and participating states. Articles 17 and 18 break down UnS`s exclusive and shared liability cases. At the same time, the citizens of UnS enjoy the same rights and obligations on the territory of another Member State, unless the legal acts of the Member States or the intermediary states (Article 14) provide otherwise. The Treaty establishing an EU state, Russia and Belarus, was signed on 8 December 1999.  The intention was to reach a federation like the Soviet Union, with a common head of state, legislative power, flag, coat of arms, anthem, constitution, army, citizenship and currency. The Union was ratified by the Russian Duma on 22 December 1999 and by the National Assembly of Belarus on 26 January 2000. On the latter date, the Treaty and the Union came into force.  On 10 February 2009, Russia and Belarus implemented the first stage of joint training programmes for military officers, aimed at integrating the military structures of countries. This military collective is called the Group of Regional Forces of Belarus and Russia (RGF).
The objective of these operations is to ensure consistent training, practice and implementation of military interests for nations, and aims at the strategic and combat training that took place in February and March 2009.  In addition, the military doctrine of the Russian Federation provides that « the armed attack on the State participant in the State of the Union and any other action involving the use of military force against him » should be considered an « act of attack on the State of the Union » authorizing Moscow to « take measures in response ».  Two decades after Russia and Belarus signed an EU treaty to deepen integration, the two countries continue to debate the terms of the agreement without much success.