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27 May 2024, 16:55

China’s Liaoning Province delegation to visit Brest Oblast

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BREST, 27 May (BelTA) – A delegation from China’s Liaoning Province is set to visit Brest Oblast, BelTA learned from the press service of the Brest Oblast Executive Committee.

Brest Oblast and Liaoning Province signed a twinning agreement back in the day. The parties are still at an early stage of building contacts. Yet, the first results of cooperation have already been achieved in the economy, education, and culture. At the same time, both regions are determined to achieve much more. A testimony to that is the forthcoming visit of a very big official and business delegation from Liaoning to Brest. The visit will be running four days - from 31 May to 3 June.

Representatives of Brest Oblast and Liaoning Province will identify the most promising areas for cooperation. In particular, they will discuss a cooperation roadmap. It is expected that a sister city agreement will be concluded between Brest and Dalian, and a cooperation agreement will be signed by the Brest Central City Hospital and the Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

The delegation will comprise six groups that will visit enterprises, healthcare facilities, and sports complexes. In particular, the guests intend to visit the Savushkin Product company. There is a high interest in logistics matters, so one of the destinations for the delegation will be the Brest-Severny railway station.

Chinese partners will arrange an exhibition of intangible heritage of Liaoning Province that will open at the Brest Academic Drama Theater on 1 June. The Chinese guests, in turn, will be invited on a tour of the Brest Fortress, Belovezhskaya Pushcha and Kossovo Castle, and attend a gala concert of Brest Oblast during the national festival Belarus is My Song in Minsk.

Brest Oblast maintains sister city relations with the Chinese provinces of Shanxi, Anhui and Hubei.
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