“It is necessary to make decisions bearing in mind the life of the society instead of theoretical speculations. What will the economic and social life of the society be? What processes will be in progress?” said the head of the Belarusian election organization agency.
The MP noted it was advisable to remind certain European Parliament members that as a sovereign and independent state Belarus is a full-value partner of the European Union within the framework of the Eastern Partnership Initiative.
The diplomats discussed the state and prospects of advancing Belarusian-Netherlandish relations in politics, trade, economy, and humanitarian affairs. They talked over human rights problems, interaction between Belarus and the European Union, and the situation in the region.
Andrei Kobyakov pointed out that the successful development of the digital economy will not be limited to technologies alone. The effective administration of the changes will play a considerable role. The system to manage the changes should be extremely flexible.