According to the ambassador, the opening of the Belarusian pavilion as part of one of Europe's largest tourism expos in Madrid in January 2018 will help achieve the goal. The signing of a Belarusian-Spanish agreement on cooperation in the sphere of tourism will also help.
At the meeting the sides agreed to fulfill further measures to improve conditions of the Belarusian-Turkish trade, economic, and investment cooperation, including the optimization of logistics for the delivery of cargoes and the deepening of cooperation in the financial sector.
“Spain shows interest in the market of the Eurasian Economic Union, Belarus seeks Spain's assistance with entering Latin American markets where Spanish business traditionally has strong positions,” Oleg Kravchenko said.
"The talks were constructive and reaffirmed similarity of approaches to the development of economic cooperation. The potential for further cooperation is huge, and we are determined to use it to the maximum,” Oleg Kravchenko said.
Belarus' invitation has been accepted by the IAEA and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. The CSTO member states will send their diplomats as observers. Representatives of the relevant government agencies from Latvia and Poland will also arrive in Minsk.
During the meeting, the sides discussed the current issues of bilateral political dialogue, the status and prospects for developing the cooperation in trade, economy and science between Belarus and Cuba.