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23 February 2023, 12:02

Belarus establishes strategic relations with Turkiye, India in 2022

Photo courtesy of the National Center for Marketing
Photo courtesy of the National Center for Marketing

MINSK, 23 February (BelTA) - Belarus established strategic relations with Turkiye and India in 2022, Director of the National Center for Marketing Nikolai Borisevich said at the outcome meeting of the collegium of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, BelTA learned from the press service of the National Center for Marketing.

Nikolai Borisevich spoke about the work carried out by the center to balance two main areas: procurement and support of foreign economic activity. He emphasized the assistance provided to Belarusian companies to take part in procurements in the Russian Federation, implementation of the project to transform the resource and the center's audit of contacts in foreign economic activities.

Belarus has also strengthened systematic work with Turkiye, India and Pakistan, with which strategic relations have been formed, and export marketing has been defined as a new concept for the development of the center and its specialization.

The director of the National Center for Marketing emphasized that the center should use its huge potential as a national institute for foreign trade facilitation and procurement support.

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