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OCSE delegate from Canada brings to Minsk 2.5-month-old daughter Lawrence

On July 6, parliamentarians had a busy day, with several meetings taking place. But for Belarus, this important political forum is also an opportunity to develop investment cooperation.

To this end, meetings with foreign parliamentarians from the business world are planned within the framework of the session. These days hundreds of delegates from almost 60 countries work in the Belarusian capital (the youngest participant is not even six months old).

Christine Moore, representative of the delegation of Canada at the 26th session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly:
Yes, I took my daughter Lawrence with me. She is 2.5 months old, and now my baby needs my mother especially. Her Mom needs to be here.

But the session in Minsk is so well organized that you have provided certain conditions for the child.

As you see, she even has personal accreditation.

Joseph Dittley, representative of the delegation of Switzerland at the 26th session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly:
Belarus is an important country for the development of Europe. Therefore, here is a great place for integration and discussion between participants and countries.

It's great that we are meeting in Minsk.

OCSE delegate from Canada brings to Minsk 2.5-month-old daughter Lawrence