“Our friends responded to my request and helped to set up this wonderful factory. They have also given a loan. Therefore, first of all I would like to say that my dream to produce a car in Belarus has come true,” Alexander Lukashenko said.
“We are thinking of the ways to help people buy these cars. Families need cars. Therefore, it is essential to find ways to support you. I think we will find good variants. The document will be signed in the near future,” Alexander Lukashenko said. “We are mulling over various options, including deferred payment loans and leasing.”
Vladimir Makei said: “Our desire for closer relations with Germany and the European Union as a whole poses no risks to cooperation. Contrariwise, the more stable Belarus is, the more stable the situation in the region will be.”
“The Council of Ministers is meeting on 8 December,” Grigory Rapota said. The agenda will include a package of trade and economic issues related to the balance of trade, the creation of equal conditions to boost competition, and the Union State programs.
We are on the eve of the Eastern Partnership summit in Brussels which Belarus will attend. We have high hopes that the president will be able to come because it would be a good signal, Sigmar Gabriel said.
We welcome the growing interest of German business in Belarus and are ready to provide necessary support to joint Belarusian-German projects oriented at the huge market of the Eurasian Economic Union and China's New Silk Road initiative, Vladimir Makei said.
“Keeping in mind the events of the last week, the issues of compliance with the ceasefire agreements and security of civilians in the conflict zone were in the spotlight of the talks of the trilateral contact group and its working group on security,” Martin Sajdik said.