MINSK, 1 December (BelTA) – Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko and Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon agreed to put together a roadmap to guide the advancement of Belarusian-Tajikistani relations during the meeting in Minsk on 1 December, BelTA has learned.
The Belarusian head of state said: “We have agreed that it is necessary to once again compile a roadmap to guide our relations in these new conditions when Tajikistan is recovering, when relations with the neighbors are fine and shipments are no longer a problem and so on. The president suggested our intergovernmental commission should do it.”
Alexander Lukashenko went on saying: “We will have to think about what we are going to buy from you, what you are going to buy from us, what areas we will explore together, what joint ventures we are going to set up. We should step up work in Tajikistan and Tajikistan will become closer to us.”
Alexander Lukashenko stressed that Tajikistan is a friendly country and a reliable partner for Belarus. Alexander Lukashenko said he was confident that the current visit would become another step towards stronger Belarusian-Tajikistani cooperation, towards stronger friendship between the two nations.More about President