MINSK, 9 July (BelTA) - A Belarusian delegation led by First Vice Prime Minister Aleksandr Turchin is off to Geneva, Switzerland, for a series of meetings on the accession of Belarus to the World Trade Organization (WTO), BelTA learned from the website the government.
During the visit the Belarusian delegation is set to hold a series of talks on Belarus' accession to the WTO on 9-12 July. Belarus' Working Party will convene for the 12th meeting on 11 July.
Aleksandr Turchin is scheduled to meet with WTO Director General Roberto Azevedo, Deputy Director General Alan Wolff and head of Belarus' Working Party, Ambassador Kemal Madenoglu of Turkey.
As it as reported earlier, Belarus hopes to join the WTO in 2020.