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17 Jul 2013

Over 30 bilateral documents signed during Lukashenko’s visit to China

BEIJING, 17 July (BelTA) - Over 30 bilateral documents have been signed during the official visit of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko to the People’s Republic of China, Belarus’ Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei told media on 17 July, BelTA has learnt.

“During the visit 36 documents have been signed. They run the gamut from projects and agreements to memorandums and boast the total value of $1.5 billion. What is most important is that these are not some ephemeral memoranda of intent but concrete projects, agreements and investments that will begin working for the benefit of the peoples of our countries literally tomorrow,” Vladimir Makei said.

Vladimir Makei underlined that this official visit is of historical significance for a number of reasons. “Today we see that China is a quickly developing country, a space power and one of the stabilizing poles of power. In the future it will be the leading world’s power from technological, military and political point of view,” Vladimir Makei is convinced.


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