Poland, Belarus for tighter agricultural cooperation

Poland, Belarus for tighter agricultural cooperation

The chargé d’affaires ad interim of Poland in Belarus, Michal Chabros, has announced that Poland and Belarus are interested in intensifying their cooperation in agricultural and food sectors.

A bilateral regional economic forum involving the two states will take place in Mogilev next week. The Polish delegation will include diplomats and business representatives who will discuss commerce, processing and investment issues. The guests will get acquainted with the economic potential of the Mogilev region while visiting regional leading industrial and agricultural enterprises.

Ruslan Strakhar, chairman of the economy department of the Mogilev regional executive committee:
This forum is aimed at attracting investments and broadening cooperation in the processing of industrial and food production. It’s very important for Polish investors who want to enter the Russian market via the Customs Union. Our processers are interested in it as well.

Michal Chabros, Chargé d’affaires ad interim of Poland in Belarus:
We see their interest in intensifying cooperation. The East of Belarus is very interesting and creates good conditions for investing in processing and food industries. I think we can develop other directions in the future.