Days of Moscow will start in Minsk, Belarus, on June 6. The delegations of the two capitals will share their experience in the social sphere and discuss current trends in education, standards in medical and employment.
In addition, citizens of Minsk will also be able to get acquainted with the cultural life of Moscow: the Belarusian capital will host exhibitions and film screenings, projects with folk artists of both countries, as well as a book exhibition.
Businesses from Belarus and Russia will be looking for ways of enhancing trade relations and procurement activities at a Moscow-Belarus business cooperation forum. The mutual attraction of Belarus and Moscow is also supported by close economic ties.
Oleg Ilyin, director of the Strategic and Economic Development Agency:
Moscow is a very important trade and economic partner. In recent years, a number of interesting joint ventures has been created with the participation of Moscow capital. These days of Moscow in Minsk are going to be fruitful. The sides can find new partners, find common ground and a common form for further development.