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24 May 2016

Matyushevsky: Belarus, EU ready to take steps towards each other

Matyushevsky: Belarus, EU ready to take steps towards each other

VIENNA, 24 May (BelTA) – Belarus and the European Union are ready to take steps towards each other, Belarus First Deputy Prime Minister Vasily Matyushevsky told reporters on the sidelines of the European-Belarusian Investment Forum in Vienna when asked by BelTA about the nature of the dialogue between Belarus and the EU.

“Belarus and the EU hear each other. The atmosphere is that of openness, understanding and willingness to move towards each other and do something, which is important,” Vasily Matyushevsky noted.

He stressed that the dialogue will be beneficial only when there is a specific result. “We have many arrangements. I think we will tell more about them in the near future. Some projects are already underway, and some are almost ready for implementation. It is nice to see that there are many projects, and they are carefully elaborated. There is interest both on the part of Belarus and on the part of partners from the European Union,” Vasily Matyushevsky said.

The Vienna Forum: Promoting EU Investments in Belarus is running in the Austrian capital. The event has been organized by the BCCI, in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus in accordance with the instructions of Prime Minister Andrei Kobyakov. All in all, the event is attended by 120 people. Interests of the European business community at the forum are represented by Austrian companies and also businessmen from Germany, Italy, Bulgaria, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Latvia, Hungary, and Slovakia. The forum is attended by President of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber Christoph Leitl, representatives of the European Commission and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Eurochambers, and others.

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