MINSK, 6 December (BelTA) – The Trade Unions of Belarus and Tajikistan have agreed to hold joint cultural and educational events, BelTA learned from the press service of the Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus following the visit of the delegation of the Tajikistan Federation of Trade Unions to Minsk.
The visit of the Tajikistan delegation became another step in strengthening partner ties. Chairman of the Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus Mikhail Orda stressed that the federation is interested in strengthening friendly partner relations with the trade unions of Tajikistan. Leader of the Tajikistan trade unions Qodir Qosim added that the trade unions of the two countries should use every opportunity to strengthen bilateral ties. “We sincerely hope that this cooperation will add a new impetus to mutual relations between the organizations,” he said.
During the visit to the International University MITSO the parties agreed to organize short-term qualification courses for representatives of the Tajikistan trade unions at the university. Qodir Qosim also views as important to develop cultural cooperation between the two countries. The delegation visited the National Palace of Culture of Trade Unions, Kommunarka confectionary, the trade union spa resorts Krinitsa and Belorusochka.
The parties signed of a plan of joint actions to implement the Memorandum of Cooperation between the Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus and the Tajiksitan Federation of Trade Unions. The document envisages the participation of trade unions in joint international forums, promotion of mutual attraction of investments and the creation of jobs, cooperation at the level of trade unions of the two countries, and the exchange of legal, socio-cultural, educational and methodological information.
The memorandum of cooperation was signed during the official visit of Mikhail Orda to Tajikistan in autumn 2017. In Dushanbe, the leader of the national trade union center met with representatives of the Tajikistan Federation of Trade Unions. The parties outlined a roadmap for cooperation in labor, educational and cultural sectors, in the field of youth policy and tourism.More about Society