MINSK, 16 May (BelTA) – Belarus' Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko will go on a working trip to Azerbaijan on 18 May, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian government.
“The visit has a very specific and practical purpose. If we fail to get Azerbaijan interested in our proposals, if they have better offers from other states, then we need to come up with new offers. We should look for ways to increase trade. We need to build a good understanding of the situation and identify the points of growth that we must promote and discuss in detail,” Roman Golovchenko said in a video commentary on the Telegram channel.
The two-day program of the trip includes meetings with the country's high-ranking officials, visits to Ganja Automotive Plant, the Interfood Azerbaijan and Caspian Agro international exhibitions as well as the Iglim research and production enterprise.
In addition, a meeting of business people of Belarus and Azerbaijan is set to take place as part of the visit.