MINSK, 25 May (BelTA) – Belarus' Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko will take part in the Eurasian Economic Forum that will be held in Bishkek via video link on 26 May, BelTA learned from the press service of the government.
“The forum will become a platform to discuss the most pressing issues of the Eurasian Economic Union, entrepreneurial activity in the EAEU, green energy, as well as interregional ties and cooperation,” the press service noted.
The business program of the forum consists of six panel sessions. The panel sessions will discuss development prospects of Eurasian integration, macroeconomic stability, the state of things in the manufacturing industry, energy and transport, digitalization and new avenues of cooperation in the EAEU countries.
The forum will open with a panel discussion “ Strategic Development Prospects of Eurasian Integration in the Era of Global Changes”. It will be attended by members of the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission - Deputy Heads of Government of the EAEU countries. Belarus will be represented by Deputy Prime Minister Igor Petrishenko.
Taking part in the event will be government officials, scientists and business people.