Belarus, Russia plan to create common information space


Belarus, Russia plan to create common information space

Joint programs of Belarus and Russia are being discussed in Mogilev. The city of the Sozh River is hosting a meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Belarus-Russia Union State. 

Taking part in it are Prime Minister of Belarus Andrei Kobyakov and his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev. The agenda includes about 30 questions. The main group of questions concerns trade and economic cooperation. 

The sides will also discuss work on a number of fronts over the next 5 years. In particular, they will talk over the creation of a common information space.

Lilia Ananich, Minister of Information of the Republic of Belarus:
Belarus and Russia are building their future together. And we see mutual interest in Belarus-Russia economic cooperation on the example of strong economic positions, which will be discussed. All this must be reliable to ensure your display.

Alexei Volin, Deputy Minister of Telecom and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation:
We want people in the Union State, no matter whether they are in Belarus or Russia, to receive all the necessary information about what is happening in Russia and about what is happening in Belarus.