Belarus’ export to Poland to increase by 19%

Belarus’ export to Poland to increase by 19%

Belarusian export to Poland will increase by 19%. The commodity circulation between the countries has already summed up to more than 1.5 billion dollars.

Experts are promising even larger figures by the end of 2017.

On October 25, the sides determined new directions of economic cooperation. A joint meeting on trade and investments was held in Minsk. The bank sphere, building, wood processing, agriculture-in the nearest time the sides intend developing cooperation in these sectors.

Yevgeny Shestakov, Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister of the Republic of Belarus:
The Republic of Belarus may become a convenient outpost or gates for the access of Polish business to the demanding and wide EEU market. We will also be using the wonderful position of the Polish business at the EU market.

Poland is among the three main trade and economic partners of Belarus.

The country is also a large investor into the Belarusian economy. Only in the first six months of the current year, more than 150 million dollars were attracted.