MINSK, 23 November (BelTA) – Delegations of 13 countries will take part in the session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Central European Initiative in Minsk on 28 November, Irina Starovoitova, chairperson of the Council of the Republic ‘s permanent commission on education, science, culture and social development, the head of the National Assembly's Delegation to the CEI Parliamentary Dimension, told a press conference in BelTA's press center.
“The meeting of the CEI Parliamentary Assembly will be held in Minsk on 28 November. It will be attended by delegations of Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Austria and other countries. Slovenia and Ukraine will be represented by the ambassadors. A total of 13 countries will attend,” Irina Starovoitova said.
Chairman of the Council of the Republic of Belarus' National Assembly Mikhail Myasnikovich is set to meet with Vice Speaker of the Serbian Parliament Veroljub Arsic and Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Moldova Vladimir Vitiuc on the sidelines of the event. The session will be attended by CEI Deputy Secretary General Erik Csernovitz.
Invitations to attend the event have been sent to members of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus, scientists, and representatives of the real sector of the economy, including the heads of major innovative and high-tech companies.
Belarus presides in the Central European Initiative (CEI) in 2017. This regional association includes 18 countries. The main task of the CEI is to promote flexible and pragmatic European regional cooperation in order to prevent the emergence of new dividing lines in Europe.More about Politics