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Belarus, India to expand cooperation in petroleum, agriculture, science sectors

Belarus and India are expanding cooperation in oil and gas sector, agriculture, science and education.

These are only some of the results of Alexander Lukashenko’s visit to this country. The Leela Palace in the center of Delhi became a temporary residence of the Belarusian President the day before and today in the day time.

Alexander Lukashenko had a fruitful day; negotiations were followed by other negotiations. The guests of Alexander Lukashenko in the morning were the Minister of Foreign Affairs of India Sushma Swaraj, and the Vice President of this country Venkaiah Naidu. In a way it was a rehearsal of the big and constructive dialogue with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the President of India Ram Nath Kovind.

When it was 6:30 am in Minsk, the welcoming ceremony of Alexander Lukashenko was held, after which the Belarusian leaded visited the monument to Mahatma Gandhi.

Belarus, India to expand cooperation in petroleum, agriculture, science sectors