When asked to comment on Belarusian-Russian cooperation in 2017, the official noted that positive advancement had been secured in various areas. For instance, in the first half of the year economic cooperation was invigorated. A number of issues were settled.
Grigory Rapota said: “As far as Europeans are concerned, the European Union would still love to advance bilateral relations with every Eurasian Economic Union member state. However, the European Union shows no desire to work together with the EAEU as a whole.”
Oleg Kravchenko will speak in the capacity of rapporteur during the thematic session on the increased risks for smuggling and trafficking in human beings arising from large movements of refugees and migrants.
Italy is set to improve relations and business dialogue with all who are taking part in the Eurasian Economic Forum today. “Common geopolitical context is changing and we need to take advantage of available opportunities,” Maria Elena Boschi added.
According to the source, representatives of Belarus and Brazil are discussing the enhancement of bilateral relations, the development of the legal base that regulates cooperation, ways to advance interregional and interparliamentary cooperation, and cooperation in international organizations.
For the ten years since its inception, the Eurasian Economic Forum in Verona has fully proved its worth and earned a well-deserved international prestige, reads the greetings from Russian President Vladimir Putin to the 10th Eurasian Economic Forum in Verona.
On the invitation of the forum the representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will lay out Belarus' vision on the prospects of cooperation with the European Union and improvement of the efficiency of the Eastern Partnership.
Enabling proper living standards for the civilian population is becoming particularly important in view of the coming winter. “They need an uninterrupted supply of electricity and water, the ability to freely move across the contact line and naturally stay safe in conditions of the conflict,” stated Martin Sajdik.