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4 May 2017

Importance of Lukashenko’s upcoming visit to China for bilateral relations emphasized

Importance of Lukashenko’s upcoming visit to China for bilateral relations emphasized

MINSK, 4 May (BelTA) – Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko expressed confidence that his upcoming visit to the People’s Republic of China will be of great importance for the future of the relations between the two countries as he met with representatives of Chinese central and regional mass media on 4 May, BelTA has learned.

Alexander Lukashenko believes that 2017 should become a crucial year as the countries celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Belarusian-Chinese diplomatic relations. In this light, the upcoming visit will be very important, the Belarusian leader stressed. “It will be of importance to our future and to the development of our relations and trust-based all-round strategic cooperation,” Alexander Lukashenko said.

The Belarusian head of state will inform China President Xi Jinping about the status of the Great Stone industrial park project. The leaders will talk about different aspects of military, technical, and economic cooperation, and also about collaboration in the field of security and in the fight against terrorism.

Belarus’ participation in the One Belt, One Road summit will become another step in the development of the partnership with China. “We have achieved a very high level of trust in our interaction. The upcoming summit attests to the high level of our relations,” Alexander Lukashenko noted. He added that Belarus was among the first countries to receive an invitation to attend the summit.

The Belarusian head of state pointed out that the current leadership of Belarus and China should lay the foundation for the bilateral relations of future generations. “We should give our future generations not just an impetus, but a considerable reserve for further movement along the path of cooperation,” Alexander Lukashenko said.

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