Minsk, Belgrade hold business forum

Minsk, Belgrade hold business forum

Days of Minsk continue in Belgrade. The central event on June 6 was the opening of a business forum that brought together more than 100 entrepreneurs from both countries.

Valery Brylev, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus to the Republic of Serbia:
There are directions, areas where we can achieve a concrete result - this is engineering, Belarusian machinery. I would not forget about such directions as cultural cooperation, tourism, education because these are our immediate prospects.

In addition, by 2020 Belgrade plans to update the public transport fleet and Belarus could pitch in.

Serbia has long been buying Belarusian buses and trolleybuses.

Nikola Nikodijević, chairman of the Assembly of Belgrade:
It seems to me that the most revealing results of the Days of Minsk in Belgrade will be measured not only by numbers, but also by the warmth of the Slavic soul.

Thanks to such events, Serbs will be better informed and more likely come to Belarus, and you, in turn, will come to our country.

And this will open doors for further cooperation, including economic.

It should be noted that Belgrade is one of the ten largest trading partners of the Belarusian capital. Such meetings are an opportunity for businessmen to exchange business cards.