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President Lukashenko receives credentials from 11 ambassadors

Belarus always keeps to a principle of openness, equality and justice in the dialogue with its partners. This was sated by President Lukashenko on October 2, when receiving credentials of foreign ambassadors.

President Lukashenko receives credentials from new foreign ambassadors October 2

When addressing the ambassadors, Alexander Lukashenko once again emphasized: multi-vector nature in the Belarusian external policy was and will stay a priority. The President had also emphasized that Belarus pays big attention to the development of relations with the Kingdom of Spain. Especially in such sectors as trade, investments, industrial cooperation, energy, transport and agriculture. Belarus is for development of friendly and constructive dialogue in the cooperation with Sweden, offers to strengthen he work on trade development.

Viktor Sorochan, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Moldova to the Republic of Belarus:
Moldova has something to learn from Belarus. You have a very interesting experience of agriculture and machine building development. Therefore, Moldova is very lucky to have such brotherly relations with Belarus. What is more, it is very comfortable to work with Minsk. Nice people, we speak one language and we understand one another. We have old traditional connections between our countries, because we used to live in one family for many years.

Therefore, I’m not only hoping, but I am sure that these relations will be even better.

Christina Johannesson, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Sweden to the republic of Belarus:
We see that the Swedish society has interest to ties with Belarus on all the levels-from the governmental level to the civil society. Many interesting projects and organizations of Belarus and Sweden, which cooperate, are working here.

And of course we see that the potential in trade is far from being depleted.

 

President Lukashenko receives credentials from 11 ambassadors