“The focus will be made on ensuring equal terms for economic operators. This matter is one of the biggest sources of disputes, disagreements and clashes, therefore, it gets so much attention,” Grigory Rapota said.
The instructions given by the Belarusian and Russian presidents in Sochi on 21 September have been fully implemented. Part of them will be documented at the Forum of Regions of Belarus and Russia in Mogilev, Ambassador of Russia to Belarus Mikhail Babich said.
The U.S. delegation will be headed by Senior Bureau Official for the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor Michael Kozak. The Belarusian delegation will be led by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Oleg Kravchenko.
The diplomats discussed the prospects for bilateral cooperation between Belarus and Latvia in political and military-political areas and also exchanged opinions on regional and European security issues.
First of all, we need a harmonized international legal framework. Secondly, efforts to restrict access to websites or remove content should go hand in hand with the development of national legislation that respects fundamental human rights and freedoms and criminalizes improper behavior, Rasa Ostrauskaite noted.
The decisions to be adopted at the meeting of the CIS Heads of Government Council due in Astana in November will give an additional impetus to cooperation in the CIS, Chairman of the CIS Executive Committee, CIS Executive Secretary Sergei Lebedev told the media.
All believe that Ukraine benefits from its membership in the CIS, participation in the integration project and having good relations with the CIS countries. Of course, it is also in the interest of the CIS member states because we are neighbors and should cooperate,” Sergei Lebedev said.
“We received an official notification from Ukraine. The country does not want CIS observers to participate in the election monitoring. Accordingly, we are unlikely to attend the election,” Sergei Lebedev said.