MINSK, 11 September (BelTA) - Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has left Belarus to go to India on an official visit. The aircraft with the Belarusian head of state on board has departed from Minsk National Airport, BelTA has learned.
On 12 September the Belarusian head of state will hold talks and a number of official meetings with the country's authorities, including President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The parties will discuss the Belarusian-Indian cooperation in the trade, economic, political, sci-tech, humanitarian and tourism areas.
The talks will highlight Belarus-India interaction as part of the Eurasian integration and new possibilities for investment cooperation. The parties will exchange views on the current international agenda.
New Delhi hosted the Indian-Belarusian business forum before Alexander Lukashenko's visit to India. Representatives of Belarusian agencies and businessmen held productive negotiations and reached agreements on cooperation development.More about President