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Minsk and Tallinn to scale up trade and economic cooperation

Minsk and Tallinn will scale up trade and economic cooperation. These issues were discussed Belarusian and Estonian colleagues at Minsk City Executive Committee on April 27, 2017. The Baltic partners are primarily interested cooperating in industrial and housing services and utilities sectors. One of the avenues of cooperation are providing of public amenities and landscape gardening.

Kalle Kladorf, Deputy mayor of Tallinn (Estonia):
Minsk is interesting because it’s a big city, a lot bigger than Tallinn. Nearly four times bigger. Businessmen and Tallinn’s partners in the sector of town work are in our delegation today. The delegation is rather big, more than 30 people.

Viktor Laptev, Deputy Chairman of Minsk City Executive Committee:
Minsk is interested, we communicate with Tallinn, and we consider their mistakes, positive experience and merits, and of course, we are ready to use them.

The Estonian delegation will spend two days in Belarus. All in all, the cooperation of Minsk and Tallinn is progressing rather successfully. The two sides signed a special agreement in 2016, which involves experience exchange in all kinds of spheres and attraction of investments. The partners are also determined to cooperate in culture and tourism sectors.

Minsk and Tallinn to scale up trade and economic cooperation