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19 May 2017, 18:54

Belarus' trade, economic, investment potential presented in Greece

Oleg Kravchenko meets with First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece George Katrougkalos. Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Oleg Kravchenko meets with First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece George Katrougkalos. Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

MINSK, 19 May (BelTA) – The trade, economic, and investment potential of Belarus was presented before business circles in Greece as Belarusian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Oleg Kravchenko visited Greece for the sake of ministerial consultations and bilateral meetings, the press service of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs told BelTA.

Oleg Kravchenko met with First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece George Katrougkalos, Honorary Consul of Belarus in Thessaloniki Boris Mouzenidis, and the diplomatic advisor to the speaker of the Greek parliament Spyros Theocharopoulos. The entire range of bilateral relations was discussed. A message from the leadership of the Belarusian parliament was delivered to Speaker of the Greek parliament Nikos Voutsis. The message was dedicated to prospects of expanding the interparliamentary dialogue.

In the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry the Belarusian deputy minister of foreign affairs took part in a presentation of Belarus' trade, economic, and investment potential before representatives of the Greek private sector.

Consultations between representatives of the Greek and Belarusian ministries of foreign affairs also took place. The sides discussed a wide range of matters concerning bilateral cooperation in politics, trade, economy, humanitarian affairs, and other spheres. The advancement of Belarus-European Union dialogue was mentioned as well as interaction in multilateral organizations. The sides exchanged views on topical items on the international agenda.

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