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14 Jul 2015

Moldova president to visit Belarus on 16-17 July

CHISINAU, 14 July (BelTA) – Moldova President Nicolae Timofti will be in Belarus on 16-17 July on an official visit, representatives of the Moldova President Administration told BelTA.

In Minsk the Moldova President is expected to meet with Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko for private negotiations and expanded participation negotiations. Apart from that, Nicolae Timofti is expected to meet with Prime Minister of Belarus Andrei Kobyakov, Chairman of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of Belarus Mikhail Myasnikovich, and Chairman of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus Vladimir Andreichenko. A package of documents on a number of avenues of Belarusian-Moldovan cooperation is expected to be signed in presence of the heads of state in Minsk.

The Moldovan delegation will also include Deputy Prime Minister, Economy Minister Stephane Bride, Agriculture and Food Industry Minister Ion Sula, Transport and Road Infrastructure Minister Vasile Botnari, Governor (Bashkan) of Gagauzia Irina Vlah, Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Moldova Vladimir Didilica, Chisinau Vice Mayor Nistor Grozavu, President of the Supreme Court of Moldova Mihai Poalelungi, and other officials.

The Belarus President visited Moldova on 24-25 September 2014. During the talks in Chisinau the two heads of state agreed to expand trade and economic cooperation between Belarus and Moldova. Alexander Lukashenko said that Belarus’ manufacturing cooperation with Moldova for the sake of entering third-country markets and the European Union and raising the bilateral trade turnover looked promising. Alexander Lukashenko also pointed out that projects to assemble Belarusian agricultural machines and trolleybuses in Moldova were already in progress, with the assembly of buses in the pipeline.

Back then the Belarusian head of state underlined that Belarus was ready to satisfy the demand of Moldovan partners for mechanical engineering and petrochemical products, light industry goods, construction materials, household appliances, medications, and food. Apart from that, Belarus was interested in the implementation of projects meant to develop the road infrastructure and agriculture of Moldova.


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