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16 Jan 2014

Myasnikovich: Belarus ready to offer new cooperation projects to China

Myasnikovich: Belarus ready to offer new cooperation projects to China

MINSK, 16 January (BelTA) – Belarusian Prime Minister Mikhail Myasnikovich will voice new cooperation initiatives during the official visit to China. The Belarusian Premier made this statement in an interview to Chinese mass media on 16 January, BelTA has learnt.

This is the first visit of Mikhail Myasnikovich to China in the capacity of the premier. In his words, the government is busy preparing for the visit. The government is reviewing the results of the bilateral cooperation and working on new initiatives.

“I have great expectations from the visit. I hope that the visit will open up a new page in the bilateral cooperation and will foster friendship, mutual understanding and economic growth of our countries,” the Belarusian head of government said.

Commenting on the state of Belarus-China relations, Mikhail Myasnikovich said that in 2013 the two countries reached the highest level of cooperation. The new milestone was hailed as all-round strategic partnership. “As far as I know, only nine countries have such close ties with Great China,” the Premier noted. This status is not the only thing that demonstrated the highest level of political trust. “We have no forbidden topics. The agenda is open in all the fields. We can discuss and communicate our views about all issues related to the bilateral cooperation and partnership within the framework of international organizations,” the Belarusian head of government said.

The two countries are about to embark on a number of interesting economic and political projects, the Premier added.

As was reported, Belarus’ Prime Minister Mikhail Myasnikovich will travel to China on an official visit on 19-23 January. The Premier will hold official talks and sign a number of bilateral documents. The Belarusian Prime Minister is also scheduled to meet with top executives of Chinese corporations, visit joint ventures located on the territory of Harbin and sign a number of international documents.

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