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25 Apr 2016

U.S., Belarus may discuss mutual return of ambassadors this year

MINSK, 25 April (BelTA) – The United States may discuss with Belarus mutual return of ambassadors this year, Charge d’Affaires Scott Rauland told media after the official ceremony to unveil a commemorative plaque for Ruth Waller on Minsk secondary school No.130 on 25 April, BelTA has learned.

According to the diplomat, the return of the U.S. Ambassador to Belarus would be a good step forward in the development of relations between the two countries. Scott Rauland expressed hope that this issue would be discussed with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs this year.

In turn, Belarus Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Makei noted that the work is underway to help the countries conduct a full-fledged dialogue between the embassies. “We should not look at each other through gun sights. We should talk, find compromise solutions to the issues that seem insolvable. We and the United States are currently at the level of gradual expansion of positive atmosphere in our relations,” Vladimir Makei said.

The minister is confident that this trend will continue as both the sides are ready for restoring bilateral cooperation.

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